Chandigarh January 7: Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced that state government would take concrete steps for increasing the skill development for the youth so that they could become employable. He said that the upcoming budget of the State government would be pro-people budget and would benefit all sections including the poor, farmers, labourers, employees and traders.
Mr. Hooda was interacting with the media persons after inaugurating number of developmental projects in Panipat today. He inaugurated a community health center, Maharana Prataphu Gupta Government College at Sector-18, Panipat, Polytechnic at village Jatal and veterinary hospital at village Dadlana.
Stadium and 33 Kv power sub-station at village Dadlana near Panipat. He also laid foundation stone of Lala Deshband
The government college would benefit the areas adjoining Panipat as 1500 students would be able to get higher education. The college is being set up over an area of 10.05 acre with an investment of Rs. 14.34 crore.
Community Health Center, Dadlana has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 4.5 crore over an area of 32 Kanal. Eleven doctors and 19 staff nurses has been sanctioned for the CHC and the hospital, that would have modern medical facilities including operation theater, ultrasound, laboratory, x-ray, dental and delivery.
The 33 Kv power sub-station would benefit Dadlana, Begampur and Kutana villages. An amount of Rs. 2.75 crore has been incurred in setting up of this power station. Veterinary hospital, Dadlana would cost Rs. 28 lakh and benefit the adjoining areas.
Addressing a public meeting at village Dadlana, Mr. Hooda said the village would be developed as a modern village so that it would be a model village. He said that the village has been benefited with the setting up of oil refinery as the people got direct and indirect employment opportunities. While referring to the local demand regarding the jobs to the local youths in the refinery, he said that it is possible that condition of jobs to the local people might not have been put when the refinery was set up. He assured that he would take up the matter with the concerned authorities so that the youth could get direct employment opportunities. He also assured to positively consider other demands like setting up of an ITI with relevant courses for the oil refinery needs, sports nursery in Kabaddi, Volleyball and Athletics and adoption of local CHC by the oil refinery.
He said that government has taken up many initiatives to provide job opportunities and many more steps would be taken up soon. He said that recently a survey conducted by India Today has given top award to Haryana in the field of education and health.
On this occasion, Karnal MP Dr. Arvind Sharma, MLAs Mr. O.P. Jain, Mr. Zile Ram Sharma, Mr. Dharam Singh Chokkar, Political Advisor to Chief Minister Prof. Virender Singh, Media Advisor Mr. Sudar Pal Singh, former Minister Mrs. Prasanni Devi, Mr. Bijender Kadian, former MLA Mrs Raj Rani Poonam, Deputy Commissioners and Superintendents of Police of Karnal and Panipat were also present.