“Such incidents are unfortunate. We’ll take strict action and tie up all loose ends. We have made changes in the police administration and transferred a few officers,” Khattar said.
The state government, meanwhile, promised stern action against the culprits, and also announced its decision to centralise its women helpline number — 1091 —to provide 24-hour immediate response.
Notably, over the past three days, a number of rape incidents have been reported from different parts of the state, triggering outrage, with the Opposition hitting out at the Khattar government for failing to tackle the law and order situation.
“To avoid delay in the disbursement of scholarship under the post-matric scholarship scheme, the tuition fee and scholarship will be provided to the students of the community on the basis of available data,” Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said.
Asked about the fate of the movie ‘Padmaavat’ in the state, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said, “The Censor Board has made many cuts in this film but any decision about screening of the film in the state would only be taken after watching the film”.
The son of the deceased, Pavan Kumar, speaking to ANI alleged that he had brought his mother to the hospital in a serious condition but the hospital authorities refused treatment as he didn’t have the Aadhaar card with him.
In June this year, The Indian Express had highlighted how farmers were selling potatoes for 20 paise a kilo at the Pipli grain market in Kurukshetra district.
Referring to the International Gita Mahatsov organised by the state government here recently, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said next year the event would be celebrated at the level of Kumbh Mela to ensure participation of different countries.
Most complaints received at darbar were regarding the supply of electricity, it said, adding that Manohar Lal Khattar directed officers of the power department to launch a special campaign to raise awareness about a mobile app that tracks line losses.
Kumar in the plea before the court had said that the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports had last year forwarded his appeal for the appointment as DSP to the Haryana Chief Secretary, but the state has not yet taken any decision on the application.
During the last three years, the state government has made efforts to restore the faith of the people in the government, said Khattar while addressing a conference of CVOs here.
“The contribution of media to the society cannot be ignored in the present-day world, but maintaining credibility is a major challenge before the media,” Manohar Lal Khattar said
“The country-wide BJP wave is there for all to see. The party’s stunning performance in the local body elections in Uttar Pradesh is the latest example,” the Haryana chief minister said
Hooda said his government made and implemented schemes worth Rs 16,253 crore for the welfare of the scheduled castes which benefited more than three lakh families in the state.
“What the former Chief Minister offered is his temperament, as his thinking is confined only to plots and cash. One should think above all this,” CM Khattar said.