|Thursday, April 27, 2000,
for Haryana panchayats
surfaces in Haryana Congress
Haryana IAS officers shifted
to review education policy
entrance tests schedule
for unemployment allowance to youths
|MC levies processing charge
NOC for property deals in Sadar
AMBALA, April 26 The Municipal Council in Ambala Cantonment, for the first time, has levied a processing charge for getting a no objection certificate (NOC) for property transaction falling within the Sadar area.
brochures at exorbitant rates
farmers dispute resolved
destroys wheat crop in 20 acres
renewal: order stayed
education to be introduced
to check TB launched
to flag off relief on April 28
Package for Haryana panchayats
JIND, April 26 The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala announced a package of administrative and financial powers to be delegated to panchayats, panchayat samitis and zila parishads to strengthen the Panchayati Raj institutions in the state.
Addressing the newly elected representatives of Panchayati Raj institutions after administering them the oath of office and secrecy at a state-level swearing-in ceremony here today.
Mr Chautala said although Panchayati Raj institutions had lost their credibility, the government was committed to give them ample power so that the elected representatives of the people could work for the welfare of the masses. He said for mitigating the sufferings of the people, his government had started Sarkar Apke Dwar programme to solve the problems of the people at their doorsteps.
The Chief Minister said the financial powers of the panchayats had been enhanced from Rs 25,000 to Rs 1.25 lakh for undertaking development work in the villages. The panchayats would have to seek permission of the panchayat samiti to undertake work up to Rs 3 lakh and of zila parishad for work between Rs 3 lakh and Rs 5 lakh.
He announced that to make the Panchayati Raj institutions financially viable, more funds would be made available to them. During the current financial year, a sum of Rs 10.80 crore would be made available to these institutions by giving them 3 per cent of the revenue receipts from the stamp duty and registration fee.
Mr Chautala said out of the revenue collected from cattle fairs, 80 per cent would be given to the panchayat samitis and 20 per cent to the zila parishads. A sum of Rs 1 crore would be given to these institutions during the current financial year. The state government would give a grant of Rs 21.09 crore to the Panchayati Raj institutions during the current year for undertaking development works in the villages. For the maintenance of community assets, a sum of Rs 14.77 crore would be given, Rs 10 lakh per block, which would be increased by 10 per cent every year.
The Chief Minister announced that a sum of Rs 1 lakh for each block would be provided for the maintenance of the buildings of the Panchayati Raj institutions. A one-time special grant of Rs 25 lakh would be given for the repair of zila parishad and panchayat samiti buildings. In order to improve sanitation and environmental conditions in the villages, a special grant of Rs 2.92 crore would be given during the current financial year, which would be increased by 10 per cent every year. He said a sum of Rs 20.66 crore would also be given to these institutions according to the devolution prescribed by the 10th Finance Commission.
The panchayats would also give scholarships ranging between Rs 10 and Rs 25 per month as incentives to the meritorious students. He said the Haryana Government was committed to ensure the distribution of old-age, widow and handicapped pension at the doorsteps of the beneficiaries. This work would now be ensured by the panchayats and panchayat samitis. He said to ensure that only eligible people were getting old-age pension, the beneficiaries were being asked to personally visit the tehsil office to be assessed by a team comprising the BDO, tehsildar and the health officer. He said those who had filed wrong affidavits would have to face legal action.
The control of anganwari, supplementary nutritional diet, appointment of a Gnganwari helper, issuing of ration cards, opening of fair price shops, rural health centres, sub-health centres and veterinary stock centres and appointment of agriculture extension worker would also rest with the Panchayati Raj institutions, the Chief Minister said.
Factionalism surfaces in Haryana
CHANDIGARH, April 26 Factional fight within the Congress in Haryana came out in the open today with Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda, HPCC chief, dissociating himself from the shadow cabinet announced by leader of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP), Mr Bhajan Lal.
The shadow cabinet announced by Mr Bhajan Lal at a press conference here yesterday for monitoring the works of the INLD-led government, had Mr Hooda as the shadow agriculture minister. Rao Inderjit Singh was given the number two position while the PCC president was relegated to the third position. The move is being seen by political circles here as an attempt by Mr Bhajan Lal to belittle his arch rival, Mr Hooda.
At the press conference Mr Bhajan Lal also named Capt Ajay Singh Yadav as the deputy leader of the CLP, Mr Jai Prakash Barwala as chief whip, Rao Narender Singh as the whip and Mr Jai Prakash Sharma and Mr Zakir Hussain as general secretaries of the CLP.
Talking to the TNS today, Mr Hooda said while the CLP offices were distributed in consultation with the PCC, the PCC had no hint about the shadow cabinet announced by the CLP leader. I am dissociating myself from the shadow cabinet and I have nothing do with it, Mr Hooda said.
The PCC chief also ridiculed the idea of the shadow cabinet and said that setting up of a shadow cabinet by the Opposition might be an established practice in Britain but Haryana was different and a different approach was needed here.
Mr Hooda said it was the job of the PCC to expose the malpractices of the Om Prakash Chautala government. The PCC chief said the present government was not only indulging in corrupt practices, but Mr Chautala was also guilty of going back on most of the promises made by him before the elections.
Mr Chautala is now talking about increasing the power tariff for the farm sector neither he has done anything to withdraw the taxes imposed by the HVP-led regime to make up for the lost revenue due to the prohibition policy nor has he done anything to bring down the prices of fertilisers, Mr Hooda said and added that the Congress would launch agitation on those issues after the harvesting season.
Mr Hooda said the PCC was the appropriate forum for taking up these issues as it knew how to fight the government at the ground level. We also have before us the task of rebuilding the party in Haryana and for that cosmetic touches like forming a shadow cabinet will not suffice, Mr Hooda said.
27 Haryana IAS officers
CHANDIGARH, April 26 In a major administrative reshuffle today the Haryana Government issued transfer orders of 27 IAS and three HCS officers.
Mr L.M. Goyal, Financial Commissioner and Secretary, Cooperation, PW (B&R) and Architecture Departments has been posted as Financial Commissioner and Secretary, Revenue and Consolidation Departments in place of Mr P.R. Kaushik, who goes as Financial Commissioner and Secretary, Printing and Stationery against a vacant post.
Mr M.K. Miglani, Financial Commissioner and Secretary, Local Government, becomes Financial Commissioner and Secretary, Cooperation.
Mrs Promila Issar, Commissioner and Secretary, Wild Life Preservation, has been given the additional charge of the Industrial Training and Vocational Education Department in place of Mr Vivek Mehrotra who goes as such in the PW (B&R) Department.
Mr Pius Pandarwani, Commissioner, Finance Department and Ex-officio Special Secretary, Finance Department, has been posted as Commissioner and Secretary, Local Government.
Mrs Umesh Nanda, OSD (Rules) has been posted as Commissioner, Finance Department and Ex-officio Special Secretary, Finance Department.
Mr Manik B. Sonawane, Secretary to Governor and Commissioner and Secretary, Forests Department, has been given the additional charge of Mines and Geology Department. Mrs Rajni Sekhri Sibal, Director and Joint Secretary, Science and Technology becomes Director, Primary Education relieving Mr R.P. Chander of the said charge.
Mr P.K. Das awaiting posting orders, has been given the charge of Joint Secretary, Finance, in place of Mr Anurag Rastogi who has been appointed as Deputy Commissioner, Hisar. Mr R.R. Jowel, awaiting posting orders becomes Administrator, CADA, Panchkula against a vacant post.
Mr T.C. Gupta, Deputy Commissioner, Gurgaon and Chief Administrator Shri Mata Sheetla Devi Shrine Board, Gurgaon, has been posted as Managing Director, Haryana State Small Scale Industries and Export Corporation and Director and Joint Secretary, Science and Technology.
Mr Krishan Kumar, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad, goes as Joint Secretary, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Development relieving Mr Hardeep Kumar of the said charge. Mr R.B. Langayan, Additional Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chief Executive Officer, District Rural Development Agency goes as such at Karnal against a vacant post.
Mr Ashok Khemka, awaiting posting orders, has been appointed as Director, Industrial Training and Vocational Education, against a vacant post. Mr Sandeep Garg, awaiting posting orders, becomes Administrator, HUDA, Panchkula, in place of Mr Abhilaksh S. Likhi who goes as Joint Secretary, Political and Services, Vigilance and Training Departments and Director, Training (ex-officio).
Mr Shrikant Walgad awaiting posting orders, has been posted as Joint Secretary, General Administration, Inquiry Officer, Vigilance-I and Director and Joint Secretary, Environment. Mrs G. Anupama, Administrator, HUDA, Faridabad goes as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA and Special Officer, APZ, Faridabad. Mr Apoorva Kumar Singh, Deputy Commissioner, Hisar goes as Deputy Commissioner, Gurgaon and Chief Administrator, Shri Mata Sheetla Devi Shrine Board, Gurgaon.
Mr M.P. Bansal, Additional Prohibition, Excise and Taxation Commissioner has been posted as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Panchkula in place of Mrs Sukriti Likhi who has been posted as Administrator, HUDA (HQ), Panchkula and Additional Director, Urban Estates, Panchkula, Mrs Neerja, Deputy Secretary, Technical Education goes as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Gurgaon against a vacant post.
Mr Anurag Aggarwal, Additional Director, Urban Estates, Panckhula and Administration, HUDA (HQ), Panchkula has been posted as Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad. Mr Vinayendra Kumar, ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA and Special Officer, APZ, Faridabad, becomes Administrator, HUDA, Faridabad.
Mr Shyamal, Misra,
Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil), Hodal and Mr Dalip Singh
SDO (C), Hathin, will swap their places of posting. Mr
Rajbir Singh, Additional Director (Admn), Industries
becomes ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Jhajjar and Mr Subhash
Chandra, Secretary, Hafed goes as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA,
Panel to review education
CHANDIGARH, April 26 The Haryana Government has constituted a 43-member state-level committee headed by the Finance Minister, Prof Sampat Singh, to review the existing education policy of the state and suggest changes in it so as to make education job-oriented.
The committee will identify the thrust areas of the policy and suggest implementation strategies to be devised so as to achieve the objectives in a fixed time frame. In regard to the management of primary and middle education, the existing mechanism may be reviewed by the committee to provide for decentralised management structure.
The other members of the
committee are the Minister of State for Education; the
Minister of State for Health, the Chief Secretary; the
Principal Secretary to Chief Minister; Financial
Commissioners and Secretaries of the Finance and
Education Departments; the Legal Remembrance and
Secretary; Mr Abhimanyu Singh, Joint Secretary, Planning
Department of Secondary and Higher Education, Union
Government; Additional Principal Secretary-I to the Chief
Minister, Deputy Chairman, 20-Point Programme; Directors
of Higher Education, Secondary Education and Primary
Education; State Project Director, Prathmik Shiksha
Pariyojana Parishad; Vice Chancellors of CCS Haryana
Agriculture University, Hisar, Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, and
Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar; and the Chairman,
School Education Board, Bhiwani.
Engg students lathicharged
PIPLI (Kurukshetra) April 26 Students of private engineering colleges from Haryana were lathicharged today evening by the Kurukshetra police at the Pipli crossing. The agitating students, who had earlier taken out a procession on the Kurukshetra University campus, had blocked traffic on the GT road at Pipli crossing. Six students received lathi blows and were hurt. Some of them were beaten by the police on the premises of the Parakeet Tourist Complex.
The police took action when the irate students pelted stones on the police and attacked buses and cars on the GT road. Six vehicles, including a deluxe bus of Haryana Roadways were attacked and their windowpanes smashed. When policemen tried to restore traffic movement, students started heavy brickbatting. Some policemen were injured in the melee.
The girl students were the worst sufferers as they were in the forefront. There were hardly six women police constables on duty. Some girls alleged that they had been manhandled by male policemen.
Police reinforcements, including riot police and fire brigade, were rushed to the spot.
The students played hide and seek with the policemen. They blocked traffic at three different points and deflated the tyres of a Punjab Roadways bus.
Students had come from Mullana, Ambala and nearby engineering colleges. Later the police was able to restore normal traffic on the GT road. The police also detained four student activists.
Earlier, the students, drawn from all over Haryana, submitted a memorandum to the Vice-Chancellor against the governments decision to the change their university for awarding degrees under the policy of privatisation.
Hundreds of students raising slogans against the Haryana Government demand that the new policy of the government with regard to the affiliation of private engineering colleges should be scrapped. The agitating students maintained that if the private engineering colleges were affiliated to Guru Jambeshwar University under a new policy, the future of thousands of engineering students would be jeopardised.
The memorandum submitted by students states that at the time of admission to different private engineering colleges in Haryana, the students were assured that they would be given Kurukshetra University degrees but according to a new decision the government has again affiliated these colleges to Guru Jambeshwar University for conferment of degree and other purposes.
The memorandum further states that the governments decision will adversely affect the future of those engineering graduates who were interested in doing post-graduation from India and abroad. Further more, they will not be eligible to take the GATE, GRE and GMAT examinations because only those students could appear in these examinations who had got a degree from a university which was 10 years old.
The memorandum said the private engineering colleges had taken full security deposits from all students on the assurance that they would be getting Kurukshetra University degrees. The students maintained that while Kurukshetra University was recognised world wide and had a good reputation, Guru Jambeshwar University had not even been graded as yet.
There is resentment
amongst the students over the decision of the Haryana
Government to sponsor Guru Jambeshwar University for
conducting a centralised entrance test for admission to
all engineering colleges in Haryana.
GJU entrance tests schedule
HISAR, April 26 Guru Jambheshwar University (GJU) has announced the common entrance test dates for MBBS, BDS, BAMS, MCA and Common Engineering Entrance Text (CEET) in the state for the session 2000-2001.
This information was given by Dr K.C. Banger, Vice Chancellor, GJU, Hisar, here today. Dr Banger said that entrance test for MBBS and BDS would be held on June 27. The last date for submission of application forms was May 27. The entrance test for the BAMS examination would be held on July 9. The last date for submission of application forms for this course was May 30. The entrance test for Master of Computer Applications (MCA) for KU, GJU, MDU and its affiliated colleges would be held on July 2. The last date for submission of application forms is June 3, Dr Banger said.
The Common Engineering Entrance Test (CEET) for Regional Engineering College, Kurukshetra, and other engineering colleges in the state would be held on June 18. The last date for submission of application forms was May 25.
For all above courses
the sale of prospectus-cum-application form would start
from May 1. The prospectus for CEET will also be
available at the REC, Kurukshetra, Director, Technical
Education Haryana, Chandigarh, YMCA, Faridabad, and
CRSCE, Murthal. Along with these centres the prospectus
will also be available at the branches of PNB in the
major cities. The admission brochures can be had by
paying Rs 500 in cash and Rs 525 by registered post by
sending a bank draft payable at Hisar in favour of the
Registrar GJU, Hisar.
YC for unemployment
allowance to youths
AMBALA, April 26 The Indian National Youth Congress has demanded unemployment allowance for the unemployed youths in the country. Addressing a meeting of workers of the party here yesterday evening Mr Randeep Surjewala, national president of Youth Congress, said the Centre and state government had imposed a ban on new recruitment which had resulted in resentment among the youths throughout the country.
Mr Surjewala urged the state government to nationalise mines in the state, which had been under private control for, several years. He said by implementing this decision the government would be able to earn a revenue of Rs 7,000 crore per year and this amount could be used to create jobs for the unemployed youths in the state.
He said Youth Congress workers would launch a demonstration in Delhi on May 2 against the anti-people policies of the Centre.
Later talking to mediapersons he said after the rally he would spend most of his time to strengthen the Youth Congress. Replying a question he said the new president for Haryana Youth Congress would be announced within two months. He did not rule out the possibility of offering this responsibility to some woman leader of the state.
On the occasion Mr Nirmal Singh a former president of Haryana Youth Congress, who was the organiser of this meeting, said the youths had the stamina to fight effectively against corruption and other social evils. He expressed hope that under the leadership of Mr Surjewala the Youth Congress would prove to be an asset for the Congress.
The district president
(Urban), Mr Brij Anand, who has recently tendered his
resignation from the primary membership of the party in
protest against the partial attitude of the HPCC,
however, did not attend the meeting. Mr Balwant Gupta,
President, District Congress Committee (Rural), senior
leaders of the local unit Mrs Kiran Bala Jain, Dharmpal
Kalia and Brahmpal Rana also addressed the meeting.
MC levies processing charge
AMBALA, April 26 The Municipal Council in Ambala Cantonment, for the first time, has levied a processing charge for getting a no objection certificate (NOC) for property transaction falling within the Sadar area.
According to Executive Officer, Municipal Council, Ambala Sadar, Mr S.K. Goel, the processing charge is Rs 5 per square feet for residential area and Rs 10 per square feet for commercial area. The Municipal Council has passed a resolution to impose processing charge for those seeking no objection certificate, he said.
Mr Goel said that the resolution was passed on April 6. We expect to earn additional revenue after levying the processing charge. This would help in bolstering the municipal fund, he said.
He pointed out that the processing charge will have to be deposited at the Municipal Council office along with other relevant documents. We will give a receipt for the processing charge based on the calculation of the area. There is, however, no change in other aspects as the NOC will be issued by the Deputy Commissioner, he said.
Incidentally, the term of the municipal councillors had ended early this year and the elections for the Municipal Council were held on April 2. The newly elected municipal counsellors had taken oath on April 25 and they are yet to decide on the new leader of the municipal council.
According to a Local Government Department order issued from the Chandigarh The government has appointed Deputy Commissioner Ambala City as
Estate Officer for management of government land in excised area of Ambala Cantonment. Therefore, the Municipal Council should not deal with any matters relating to these properties or pass any resolution for sale or lease of government land in the excised area of Municipal Council, Ambala Sadar.
Earlier, the NOC was being issued by the Executive Officer of the Municipal Council Ambala Sadar. It was less than a year back that the Deputy Commissioner began issuing the NOCs and now the relevant documents have to be submitted at the Municipal Council office and then they are forwarded to the Deputy Commissioner.
The processing charge levied by the Municipal Council has not gone down well with Sadar area residents who feel that this will be an unnecessarily extra burden.
State Senior Vice President of Haryana Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dr N C Jain, while criticising the processing charge said that such charges should not be levied. If today there is a processing charge for a person whose documents are complete, then tomorrow there could be a charge for even accepting the document. Such charges should never be encouraged, he said.
BJP leader, Dr K.D.
Sharma, said there should not be any processing charge.
The point to be noted is that when the processing
charge resolution was passed then the municipal
councillors term had ended. We must keep in mind
the fact that someone who urgently needs money may be
wanting to sell his property and he will have to shell
out extra sum of money just for processing the
document, he said.
Institutes brochures at
AMBALA, April 26 Some educational institutions here and in adjoining districts have been using their admission brochures for the sole purpose of making money without providing sufficient information to the admission seekers.
Generally, the cost of printing a brochure containing 15 to 20 pages comes around to be Rs 25 to 30, but most of the institutions charge Rs 100 to 150 for this. They earn Rs 100 to 120 each by selling these. Some public schools publish their brochures on offset multi-colour printing, which costs around Rs 100 to 150 each but the admission seekers have to pay Rs 300 to 400 for it. However, except the admission form attached in it, the rest of the pages are useless for the admission seekers.
Following the commercial trend of the institutions, the brochure mainly contains information regarding fee structure and other liabilities which a student has to bear during his study period. The brochures do not have the detailed information regarding the staff and their qualifications.
A public school has put the cost of its admission brochure at Rs 500. The brochure hardly has 25 pages in it. Similarly, medium-level public schools, even though some of these are being run in residential houses, have been selling their prospectus at the rate of Rs 150 to 200. Moreover, the schools where common students take education do not spare them while giving them the brochures.
Not only privately managed institution but government-run institutions also earn a lot by selling their brochures. The Director of Technical Education, Haryana, has been charging Rs 250 for admission brochures for courses of pharmacy, management and engineering diploma courses. If any student wants to get the brochure by post he has to sent Rs 300 in advance. The brochure contains 58 pages and its black and white printing does not cost more than Rs 35.
There is a great rush of buyers of brochures in the polytechnics in the state as many students after passing the matriculation exam prefer to join some technical course instead of doing graduation. There are 14 government polytechnics in the state, while the other 12 are run by privately managed organisations. There are also three women polytechnics situated in Ambala City, Faridabad and Sirsa.
A parent Pardeep Sharma,
whose son has been taking education in a public school,
said that apart from the brochure the institutions also
charge a lot of money from the students in the name of
building fund, bus charges, laboratory fees and other
donations. He is of the view that teaching should not be
treated in a commercial way. In fact the management
should run it on a no-profit no-loss basis.
SONEPAT, April 26 A 30-year-old dispute between farmers of Sonepat (Haryana) and Baghpat (UP) was amicably resolved at a high-level specially convened meeting of the district and police authorities of both districts here yesterday.
According to official sources, the farmers of Khurampur village (Sonepat district) and Nagla Bahlolpur (U.P.) were present at the meeting. Mr Suraj Mal Antil, MLA (Rai), also attended.
The meeting resolved that the farmers who had sown crops in the disputed land would be allowed to harvest them and the police of both districts would not interfere in this respect.
Fire destroys wheat crop in
FATEHABAD, April 26 Wheat crop on 20 acres of land was destroyed due to fire at Dhani Tahli Wali, near here, yesterday. Sparking from electric wires hanging over the fields is said to be the reason behind the fire. But for timely action by the fire brigade, the damage could have been much more.
According to a farmer, the electric wires running over their fields are hanging so low that these can cause a serious accident any time. The farmers have been complaining about it to the HVPN authorities but to no avail. Wheat crop on five acres of land was burnt in this area only two days earlier due to heavy sparking from the wires. But the HVPN authorities, according to the farmers, did not bother to correct the fault.
Licence renewal: order stayed
CHANDIGARH, April 26 A Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court comprising Mr Justice N.K. Sodhi and Mr Justice N.K. Sud stayed the passing of the final order on the show-cause notice issued by Mr Raj Kumar, IAS, Prohibition, Excise and Taxation Commissioner, Haryana, to M/s Haryana Organics of Samalkha, a distillery owned by a kin of Mr Bhajan Lal, a former Chief Minister of Haryana, whereby he had proposed to refuse the renewal of the distillery licence, including the permission for bottling country liquor and Indian made foreign liquor.
A writ petition was filed challenging the action of the Financial Commissioner by M/s Haryana Organics, which is owned by a partner of Mr Anoop Bishnoi, son-in-law of Mr Bhajan Lal. It was alleged in the writ petition that in spite of repeated requests, molasses were not being issued at controlled rates although it was eligible for the same as in the case of other distilleries, who were being allotted huge quantities.
It was stated that no permission for export/sale of rectified spirit was granted from April 1 onwards although the department had permitted the other distilleries in the state to export /sell rectified spirit to the tune of 10 lakh bulk litres each.
It was further stated that the petitioner had deposited the requisite fee of Rs 15 lakh for renewal of the distillery licence as per the law but in spite of the same the Financial Commissioner had issued a showcause notice as to why the renewal should not be refused.
The petitioner stated that the action was without any authority of law and the Financial Commissioner had acted in excess of his jurisdiction.
Computer education to be
CHANDIGARH, April 26 The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala, has constituted a 17-member state-level committee headed by the Finance Minister, Prof Sampat Singh, to introduce computer education in schools and colleges as a compulsory subject in a phased manner.
Drive to check TB launched
CHANDIGARH, April 26 The Haryana Government has launched a revised national tuberculosis control programme (RNTCP) with a view to checking the growing menace of tuberculosis in the state. The central government has released Rs 95.36 lakh to implement this programme.
CHANDIGARH, April 26 On the basis of interviews held recently, the Haryana Public Service Commission has recommended the candidates bearing the following roll numbers for appointment to the posts of Veterinary Surgeon HVS-II in the Animal Husbandry Department.
Stating this here today, the Secretary of the Commission said the Commission had recommended roll numbers 39, 74, 182, 108, 164, 276, 341, 274, 279, 115, 147, 318, 208, 316, 309, 101,268, 2, 224, 132, 246, 7, 239, 332, 47, 280, 334, 15, 348, 336, 38, 242, 325, 361, 180, 255, 354, 206, 57, 64, and 111 in the general category. Roll numbers 8, 308, 287, 209, 283, 46, 71, 63, 248 and 176 have been recommended as additional roll numbers.
B.C. Category: 134, 289, 114, 288, 344, 184 (additional 50, 5) .
S.C. A Category: 323, 153, 117, 342, 110, 204, 133 (additional 54, 28, 201).
SC B Category: 77, 172, 346, 109, 256, 178, 35 (additional 243, 296, 240).
ESM Category: 53, 260, 162 (additional 317, 351).
Chautala to flag off relief on
CHANDIGARH, April 26 The first instalment of relief assistance from Haryana for the drought-hit people of Gujarat and Rajasthan will be flagged off by Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala from Karnal on April 28.
This was stated by Mr
Chautala when he met the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Behari
Vajpayee, at the latters residence in Delhi today,
an official press note said. Mr Chautala also told the
Prime Minister that Haryana would render every possible
help to the Centre and the states for fighting natural
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