Fri. Mar 1st, 2024


Chandigarh- The Haryana authorities has initiated the method of monetizing the previous or deserted properties of the Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board. This step is predicted to extend the board’s income and strengthen the essential infrastructure of markets.

 A choice on this regard was taken in a gathering chaired by the Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal held right here in the present day relating to the public sale of deserted and vacant plots. Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Sh. J.P. Dalal additionally attended the assembly.

 The Chief Minister was apprised that the Board possesses previous workplace buildings and employees quarters at 35 areas, that are to be auctioned.

 The Chief Minister directed the officers involved to create a portal for importing details about these properties. After importing the data, the public sale course of will probably be performed. This will guarantee the right use of those properties and convey extra income to the Board, he stated.  Fixing an affordable reserve value for the public sale to permit extra folks to take part, stated Sh. Manohar Lal.

 In the assembly, it was knowledgeable that out of 37, 364 plots owned by the board, 23, 206 plots have already been auctioned or allotted. Currently, 14, 158 plots are vacant, and the Board has ready an public sale plan for the subsequent six months. Auctions will probably be performed for plots in varied new vegetable markets and grain markets, together with Sonipat, Kanina, Ambala Cantt, Rewari (Bithwana and Bawal), Assandh, Hodal, Tohana, Rajound, Uchana, Beri, Apple Market Pinjore, Kheri Chopta, Khanda Kheri, Chhattar, Aarnauli, Bhagal, Baba Ladala, Murthal, Jhansa, Thol, Chhichhrana, Nizampur, and so forth., doubtlessly producing income of round Rs. 150 crores.

 Additionally, plans embrace promoting deserted properties of market committees, producing roughly Rs. 50 crores, and promoting petrol pump websites at varied areas for round Rs.  30 crores. The sale of remaining plots in present mandis is predicted to contribute roughly Rs. 300 crores.

 Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Department, Sh. Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. V. Umashankar, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Smt. Ashima Brar and Chief Administrator, Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board, Sh. Mukesh Kumar Ahuja and different officers remained current on this event.

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