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Posted at: Jul 3, 2017, 12:44 AM; last updated: Jul 3, 2017, 12:44 AM (IST)

Nambardars to get honorarium in their accounts

Tribune News Service

Gurugram, July 2

Accepting the long-pending demand of nambardars across the state, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today announced that their honorarium would now be transferred into their bank accounts.

Khattar was in the city to preside over a  meeting of the District Grievances Redressal Committee. He said the move would do away with repeated complaints of delay in payment of honorarium and related discrepancies.

Fourteen complaints were taken up along with a review of ongoing initiatives. The committee informed the Chief Minister about licensing all meat sellers in the city and raids to nab illegal sellers. Taking a stern stance on unauthorised parking across the city, he directed the Commissioner of Police to take action against such vehicle owners.

During the meeting, a complaint was taken up regarding illegal parking on the greenbelt in Sector 18 on the old Delhi road. The Chief Minister was informed that the HSIIDC had provided parking to residents of the area.

The CM directed officers concerned to bring a map and detailed information regarding the site at the next meeting and put a check on commercial activities at the place.

Taking up the death of four workers after an unauthorised water tank burst in Sector 87, the Chief Minister decided to impose a fine on Ciplex, the company concerned, and award compensation to the next of kin of the deceased.

He said in view of various development works being carried out in Gurugram, people might have to face some inconvenience in commuting. He said he had directed the police to make proper traffic arrangements. 

Polio drive

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar launched the polio immunisation campaign on Sunday. He administered polio drops to children and presented toys to them. The immunisation campaign would be carried out in 13 districts till July 4. Dr BK Rajora, Civil Surgeon, said 3,34,065 children would be covered. He said 1,258 booths had been set up and 109 mobile teams constituted. He said 123 transit points had been identified and 254 supervisors deputed.

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