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  • 23 Nov 2022
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'Chirayu Haryana' Scheme

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On November 21, 2022, Haryana's Development and Panchayat and Archeology Minister Devendra Singh Babli told in the expansion program of Antyodaya families of Ayushman Bharat Yojana organized at the community center located in Sector-7 of Gohana tehsil of the state that the state under the able leadership of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Chirayu Haryana Scheme has been started, under which the needy and the underprivileged will be able to get the best treatment facilities free of cost.

Key Points

  • Mr. Devender Singh Babli said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Ayushman Bharat Yojana with the aim of providing free treatment facility to the needy, which chief minister Manohar Lal has extended and taken exemplary steps towards benefiting the needy of the state and this scheme has now been named 'Chirayu Haryana'.
  • The expenditure of these families up to Rs 5 lakh will be borne by the state government.
  • He said that now more than 28 lakh families in the state will get the benefit of this scheme. With the expansion of the scheme, more than 12 lakh new BPL families have been added to it.
  • It is known that earlier there were 3 lakh 84 thousand eligible families in Sonipat district of the state and now the number of eligible families has increased to 5 lakh 48 thousand 01. It is 40 percent of the total population.
  • He said that initially golden cards of this scheme have been distributed to some identified families. The remaining eligible families will be distributed cards by organizing camps at district and block level and going door-to-door.

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Jal Jeevan Survey 2022-23

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On November 21, 2022, Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal, while presiding over a meeting of the Committee of Administrative Secretaries in Chandigarh, informed that under the Jal Jeevan Survey 2022-23 released by the Government of India, three districts of Haryana Ambala, Rohtak and Faridabad have been declared leaders in 100 percent tap connection coverage.

Key Points

  • The Chief Secretary informed in the meeting that under the Water Life Survey 2022-23, among the three districts of the state, Ambala has secured the first position, Rohtak and Faridabad have secured the third position.
  • In the meeting, 10 departments including Technical Education, Electricity, Public Health Engineering, Civil Aviation, Public Works (Building and Roads), Architecture, Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education and Research, Irrigation and Water Resources, Cooperative and Home Department received Rs. 100 crores. As many as 54 projects were discussed. The total cost of these 54 projects is about 16 thousand crore rupees.
  • Giving information about the completed major projects worth more than Rs 100 crore in the meeting, it was informed that under the Smart City Project, the existing 11 KV substations under Sector-14, 17, 30, 31, 32, 40, Jharsa and DLF Division in Gurugram The renovation work of feeder line has been completed at a cost of Rs 255.8 crore. Similarly, widening of Karnal-Meerut road, NH 709A to 6 lanes at a cost of Rs 151.57 crore, construction of 4-lane road from Rai Milakpur to Khadak corridor and Bhiwani bypass at a cost of Rs 247.25 crore, Gurugram at a cost of Rs 105.92 crore The construction work of 576 multistoried houses has been completed.
  • It was informed in the meeting that work is being done at a cost of Rs 210.9 crore to increase water supply to ensure drinking water supply in 80 villages of Jhirka and Nagina blocks of Mewat district. Apart from this, the work of water supply scheme being implemented at a cost of Rs 114.7 crore in Bhalkhi, Mahendragarh is on the verge of completion.
  • He also directed the officers to prepare a plan and send a report within the stipulated time frame, strengthen inter-departmental coordination to ensure timely completion of important projects.

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