Shah launches projects worth Rs 6600 cr in Haryana, praises Khattar’s functioning

Union Home Minister Amit Shah today said that after a long time Haryana has a Chief Minister who works honestly for the entire state, unlike his predecessors who worked for specific districts.

In a public meeting organized in Faridabad today, Shah said that Modi- Manohar has worked to make Haryana number one.

After a long time, since independence, Haryana has got such an honest and dedicated Chief Minister, Shah added referring to Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.

The Union Home Minister also mentioned the achievements of the Haryana Government in the last 8 years and congratulated his entire team including the Chief Minister.

“Khattar has completed his tenure of 8 years in a very successful manner. In these eight years, he has ensured the holistic development of the State.   Haryana Government under his leadership has done commendable work of transforming Haryana,” said Shah.

While comparing the working style of the Manohar Lal Khattar government with the previous governments, Shah said that the tenure of our government in these eight years will always have an upper hand over the 50-year rule of previous government

Shah today inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of four projects costing more than Rs.6,600 crore in a programme organized in Faridabad.  Besides this, he also laid the foundation stone of the Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor Project costing about Rs 5,618 crore and inaugurated Rail Coach Refurbishment Factory at Barhi in Sonipat district costing Rs 590 crore.

The Union Home Minister also inaugurated the country’s first longest elevated railway track built at Rohtak at a cost of Rs 315.40 crore. Along with this, the Haryana Police residence complex at Bhondsi built at the cost of Rs 106 crore was also inaugurated by Amit Shah.  About 576 police families will be able to live in the police residential complex.

After inaugurating various schemes and laying the foundation stone, the Home Minister said that all these development projects are Deepawali gifts from the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to the people of Haryana.

Earlier speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that Haryana is a leading state of the country.

“Our government has worked to change the system in the last 8 years, on one hand, the people are being given the benefits of all welfare schemes online, while on the other, a network of national highways and rail lines have been laid in the entire state.  We have brought radical changes in all other areas including education, and health, “said Khattar.

He said that the state government has done the work of providing 24 hours of uninterrupted power supplies in the villages.

“If you compare the working of governments of the last 48 years, then 8 years of this government will always have the upper hand as the kind of visible developmental work we have done was never even seen during the tenure of previous governments.  I assure the Home Minister that Haryana would give its full contribution to the progress of the country,” said the CM.

On this occasion, the Union Minister of Railways and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw said that today is a special day as the double-engine government is completing its successful eight years.

“Today the Home Minister has given a big gift to Haryana. This will change the future of Haryana.  A huge eco-system will be created from the Rail Coach Refurbishment Factory, said Vaishnaw.

Union Minister of State for Power and Heavy Industries,  Krishan Pal Gurjar in his address said that BJP-led states have an outstanding graph of good governance and development.

It has been the endeavour of the State Government that the benefits of the schemes of the Center and the State should reach the last mile citizen, said Haryana’s Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala.

Thanking Vaishnaw, he said that the Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor project to be built at a cost of Rs 5,618 crore would work to change the picture and destiny of the industrialization of Haryana.

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