Fri. Mar 1st, 2024


Announcing monetary reduction for the household of 11 individuals who misplaced their lives in hooch tragedy, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday digitally disbursed over Rs 38 lakh instantly into their financial institution accounts.

The compensation quantity has been disbursed as per the age-wise provision talked about within the DAYALU Yojana. Four households have acquired Rs 5 lakh every, whereas six households acquired Rs 6 lakh every.

The Chief Minister advised the media right here that stringent measures have been applied to sort out unlawful actions related to the manufacturing and distribution of spurious liquor.

He mentioned that thirty-five folks have been arrested, fines totalling Rs 2.51 crore has been levied and 6 first info experiences (FIRs) have additionally been registered.

He mentioned three FIRs have been registered in Yamunanagar and 19 folks have been arrested and three FIRs registered in Ambala and 16 folks arrested. Four liquor licence holders — Mangeram, Amarnath, Sushil Kumar, and Gaurav Kamboj — have been declared defaulters, and 12 liquor vend have been cancelled.

The Chief Minister mentioned that at the very least 41 sub-vend licenses have additionally been cancelled and urged folks to not buy merchandise from such distributors.

In a transfer in direction of offering social and monetary safety to Antyodaya households, the Chief Minister disbursed Rs 44.48 crore instantly into the financial institution accounts of 1159 DAYALU scheme beneficiaries who confronted demise or everlasting incapacity of a member of the family.

The Chief Minister additionally introduced the initiation of the method to withdraw FIRs registered towards people who violated the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) issued by the Central and state governments throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

A complete of 8, 275 FIRs have been registered for non-compliance with the norms, resulting in the arrest of 14, 127 folks.

The Chief Minister mentioned most 1, 030 FIRs have been registered in Gurugram district adopted by 814 FIRs in Jhajjar, 765 in Faridabad, 545 in Karnal and 646 in Rohtak.

The withdrawal of the FIRs will convey important reduction to the affected people, he added.

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