Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday introduced an allocation of Rs 2,711 crore for development work in all 4 meeting constituencies of Gurugram district throughout a ‘Pragati Rally’ right here.
He claimed that this is among the largest ever allocations for the development of Gurugram handed by the federal government through the BJP’s rule.
He additionally inaugurated a Government Women’s College constructed at Rs 14.5 crore in Sector-52.
He mentioned that the state authorities believes in making the youth self-reliant by offering employment alternatives to them.
During the rally, Khattar additionally took a dig at Aam Aadmi Party’s(AAP) Kurukshetra rally on Sunday and with out taking AAP nationwide convenor Arvind Kejriwal’s title, he mentioned a frontrunner is deceptive harmless folks of the state in the title of free training and electrical energy.
“This is the explanation we’re engaged on stand-up coverage, however some leaders try to mislead the general public with their ‘sitdown coverage’ and promising freebies for them. This coverage could be very hazardous and other people now perceive the disadvantages of this coverage as nothing has been given to the folks of Delhi and now Punjab,” Khattar mentioned.
“The Haryana authorities have began a number of ability development program in order that one can do a job and even begin their very own enterprise. If somebody is succesful bodily and mentally one ought to work to attain his aim somewhat than sit and look for free issues,” he mentioned
Khattar mentioned the AAP has fortunately received the Punjab election however the folks of Punjab will quickly face the reality.
He additionally mentioned the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority would execute varied tasks costing Rs 1,275 crore.
He mentioned that in the subsequent 6 months, a world metropolis might be constructed in Gurugram on 1,008 acres, which would be the “largest world metropolis”.
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