Chandigarh, Feb 6—The decision to regularise the illegal colonies in Gurgaon will soon be taken by the Haryana Government and almost all such colonies will be regularised.
This was disclosed by the Sports and Youth Affairs Minister, Haryana, Mr Sukhbir Kataria, while speaking after inaugurating a newly constructed major road at Gurgaon today.
He said that a public meeting would be organised at Gurgaon and Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda would be invited as a chief guest in the meeting and final decision to regularise colonies in Gurgaon was likely to be taken in this public meeting.
Mr Kataria said that 90 per cent of the grant received by him during the last one year had been spent on the colonies of Gurgaon. Efforts would be made to bridge the difference between new and old Gurgaon. Providing all basic amenities in all the colonies of Gurgaon was his top priority. No colony would be discriminated in the matter of development.
He said that the Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda was the leader of all the 36 biradaries and he was making concerted efforts to ensure holistic development of the State.
The people of various colonies gave a charter of demands regarding installing new electric poles, bricklining of the streets, laying sewerage and water supply lines in the colonies. Mr Kataria assured the people that he would soon make available about 50 electricity poles for the colonies.