Charkhi Dadri will be the 22nd district of Haryana. The Haryana cabinet approved this proposal during a meeting headed by the CM on Tuesday.
The decision was based on the recommendations by agriculture minister O P Dhankar committee report on re-organisation. The panel had recommended the creation of the new district from Bhiwani. The report said the move will help in better administration of the regions that fall under the district.
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The committee recommended that any adjoining villages not proposed in the plan can opt for the same by giving public notice of 30 days. The cabinet also approved creation of 10 sub-divisions, 10 tehsils and three sub-tehsils.
Proposals to upgrade Ambala Cantt, Badhra, Badkhal, Narnaund, Badli, Uchana, Gharaunda, Radaur and Punhana as sub-divisions were also approved. Besides, the matter of creation of sub-division of Kalanwali in district Sirsa was reviewed and recommended. Approval was also given for creation of sub-tehsils namely Khijrabad, Palhawas and Kheri Jalab. Dhankar said 14 new blocks were approved.
In education, the cabinet gave the go-ahead to implement “Educated Youth Allowance and Honorarium Scheme – 2016 (EYAHS)” from November 1 under which unemployed youth would be given a monthly allowance as per their educational qualification. The existing unemployment scheme will be discontinued from October 31.
The new scheme will have two components – honorarium and allowance. Under this, postgraduates will receive Rs 3,000 per month, graduates will receive Rs 1,500 per month, while those who cleared Class 12 will receive Rs 900. For availing the allowance, the annual family income of applicant shall not exceed Rs 3 lakh from all sources and beneficiaries should be between 21 and 35 years of age.
As a part of the honorarium component, the eligible post-graduate unemployed youth shall be paid an additional amount of up to the limit of Rs 6,000 per month for up to 100 hours of assignment in a month in various departments, boards, corporations and registered societies under the government. There will also be a provision for assignments in private companies or enterprises. The applicants for whom the assignments are to be arranged will be provided skill training.
Ambala out of commissionerate
The government decided to end the commissionerate system in Ambala. The district was part of the Ambala-Panchkula commissionerate. The government issued notification for creation of Commissionerate of Police of Panchkula.
Health minister Anil Vij, in letters to CM had stated that the system had not improved the law and order situation in Ambala.
* For the state’s Golden Jubilee, its former MPs and MLAs would be invited to a special meet at Indradhanush Auditorium, Sector 5, Panchkula on Nov 3. A special session for MPs and MLAs would be held on Nov 4 at Vidhan Sabha.
* Approved draft notification to amend Haryana Motor Vehicles Rules, 1993 to grant license for public service vehicles.
* Govt will recruit 955 retired persons of Central Para-Military forces and ex-constables of Haryana State Industrial Security Forces (HSISF) to fill vacant seats, out of the targeted 3,000 former servicemen. Retired HSISF personnel would be appointed