In a significant resolution geared toward offering substantial aid to rural households, the Haryana Cabinet, led by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, on Wednesday authorized the waiver of excellent water expenses, together with surcharge and curiosity, amounting to Rs 372.13 crore.
This resolution is ready to profit crores of water customers basically classes and Scheduled Castes throughout the state.
An announcement to this impact was made by the Chief Minister throughout a ‘Jan Samvad’ held in Mahendergarh district.
This resolution will prolong aid to a considerable 28.87 lakh water connection holders in rural areas. However, it doesn’t prolong to institutional, business, or industrial customers falling below the Public Health Engineering Department.
The Cabinet has authorized the waiver of water expenses collected from April 1, 2015, to December 31, 2022, for all sorts of customers in villages and rural areas.
In addition, the Cabinet has accorded approval for the waiver of surcharge and curiosity totaling Rs 37.93 crore on water expenses collected from April 1, 2015, to December 31, 2023, in villages and rural areas.
To improve the enforcement capabilities of the Transport Department, the Cabinet accorded approval to bestow challaning powers upon transport inspectors below Rule 225 of the Haryana Motor Vehicles Rules 1993.
Currently, there are 114 positions for inspectors within the state, with 66 officers within the Transport Department already assigned primarily to enforcement duties. These enforcement officers will probably be along with 22 DTO-cum-Secretary RTA, 22 Motor Vehicle Officer (Enforcement), and 7 Assistant Secretary-level officers.
By empowering extra officers with challaning powers, the federal government ensures an improved implementation of the Motor Vehicle Act, contributing to safer and extra regulated transportation practices throughout the state.
The Cabinet additionally gave its nod to the coverage on growth of eco-tourism. It goals to harness the state’s wealthy biodiversity, ecosystems, heritage monuments, and cultural variety.
This initiative is a step in direction of positioning Haryana as a premier eco-tourism vacation spot, providing a harmonious mix of nature, tradition, and neighborhood engagement. The authorities invitations stakeholders, vacationers, and nature fans to take part actively in realizing the targets of the eco-tourism coverage that may give attention to preserving state’s current biodiversity, ecosystems, heritage monuments, tradition, and traditions whereas selling conventional ecological information, and heritage values of wilderness.
The Forest and Wildlife Department has developed eco-tourism amenities at Chuharpur and Bansataur in Yamunanagar, Thapli in Panchkula, nature path in Panchkula and Yamunanagar and Masani in Rewari district to advertise eco-tourism.