Chandigarh, March 14 –Haryana Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mr Gopal Kanda today said that the State Government has a proposal to set up solid waste management plant in big cities including Gurgaon, Faridabad, Rohtak and Panipat.
Mr Kanda was replying to a question in the State Assembly asked by Congress MLA, Mr Anand Kaushik concerning Faridabad. Mr Kanda placed on the table details concerning solid waste management plant in Faridabad.
In reply to a question by INLD MLA, Mr Pradeep Chaudhary regarding less number of routes of State Roadways buses plying between Pinjore-Nalagarh, the Transport Minister, Mr O.P. Jain said that the State Roadways buses have five return routes and other State Roadways buses have 30 return routes. He said that there was a proposal to ply mini buses of State Roadways in hilly areas of Morni, Pinjore and Raipur Rani.When Congress MLA, Mrs Savitri Jindal drew the attention of PWD(B&R) Minister, Mr Randeep Singh Surjewala towards the closure of the Railway over Bridge on National Highway No.65 in Hisar because the bridge was weak, he said that the Bikaner division of railway has informed that the repair of the bridge would be completed in six months at a cost of Rs 46.50 lakh.
BJP MLA, Mrs Kavita Jain asked about sewerage system in Sonepat City for which Public Health Engineering Minister, Mrs Kiran Choudhry replied that two projects of sewerage treatment plant were being expanded at a cost of Rs 95.63 crore. Also, under Yamuna Action Plan part-III, Rs 9.16 crore project had been sent to Central Government. The work to lay sewerage pipe line in the areas of Mohalla Kot, Chaudhary Mohalla, Dhobiwara, Thekedaron wali Gali and Tambakoo wali Gali would be completed in two months.
Education Minister, Mrs Geeta Bhukkal said that the State Government had been providing a grant of Rs 190 crore per year to aided private colleges and during last six years of the present Government, 20 new Government colleges were set up.
She was replying to a question asked by INLD MLA, Mr Kali Ram Patwari concerning Government Women College in Safidon Constituency.
She said that the college was being set up over an area of 13 acres and its foundation stone was laid on February 17 last by the Governor, who had announced to give Rs 10 lakh for the college. Sonepat MLA, Mr Jitender Malik had given Rs 10 lakh for the college and a local resident, Mr T.C. Garg had donated Rs 25 lakh in the memory of his late wife, Mrs Sarla Garg. Similarly, Indira Priyadarshini Education Society had donated Rs 65 lakh for the college. The college was being constructed by the Government, therefore, so far there was no proposal to name this college.
When INLD MLA, Mohammad Ilyas asked about any proposal to set up any Government college in Ferozepur Jhirka Assembly Constituency, Mrs Bhukkal said that Government colleges were functioning at Nagina and Taoru in addition to a government aided collage at Asin Meo. She said that a self financed college was also functioning in the district. As per the announcement of the Chief Minister, the process was being initiated to set up a government college at Nuh.
When Congress MLA, Mr Anil Dhantori requested to set up a government college in Shahabad-Markanda, the Education Minister said that six government aided colleges were functioning in district Kurukshetra and they were being given annual grant of Rs 14.82 crore. There was a proposal to give government’s aid to Jai Ram Vidyapeeth. Kurukshetra also has a university, where all departments of education were functioning. Shahabad-Markanda has M.M. College and Government Women College and they were being paid Rs 4.67 crore every year as aid from the government.