Of the 17 BJP mayors elected to municipal corporations this year, six are women. All the six female candidates the BJP had fielded for mayor’s post have won.
Taking a step forward towards updating the complete records of urban local bodies (ULBs) in Haryana on a digital platform, the Chief Minister Manohar Khattar on Wednesday digitally launched the ‘Nagar Darshan’ portal.
The CM said now citizens will be able to put any demand related to development works in their ward on the ‘Nagar Darshan’ portal. Apart from this, they can also file online complaints and suggestions on this portal, which will automatically be sent to the concerned Department for further action.
Khattar said with the launch of ‘Nagar Darshan’ portal, the details of the completed, ongoing and required development projects in ULBs will be available online
Besides this, it will also prove to be effective in enhancing the credibility of the development works and will also work as a source of information for the citizens which will further help in better implementation of developmental plans and projects in ULBs.
He further informed that the main objective of ‘Nagar Darshan’ is to make all government services accessible to citizens through the websites of ULBs which would ensure efficiency, transparency and reliability of all services provided to citizens.
The CM said it was the vision of the state government that ULBs in Haryana should have their own website so as to ensure that people should know the details of various developmental schemes and projects being carried out in their local area and they can put up their demands before the state government as per their requirements.