Thirty-eight thousand vacancies in Group D and 7,000 vacancies in State Police Department would be advertised by the state government next month.Candidates would be selected on the basis of merit and qualifications required for respective posts.This was disclosed by the Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, while addressing a public gathering in Chhatar village in Jind district during his two-day visit to the area.He said that Chhatar village would be developed as a smart village at a cost of Rs 10 crore on the pattern of urban cities with all basic facilities and amenities. In addition, he announced Rs 30 lakh for the village secretariat and Rs 2.6 crore for the boundary wall of the veterinary hospital and drainage system for the village.The Chief Minister also laid stone of new bus-stand in Alewa village to be constructed at a cost of R 3 crore, and that of Drivers’ Training Centre in Pegaan village to be built at a cost of Rs 20 crore.
Manohar Lal said Chhatar that falls in the Bangaar region, constituted a part of the core of Haryana. The people of this region are true and honest but fell prey to other parties for their political gains. The region was not developed like other areas due to political negligence of previous governments.The Chief Minister said he did not join politics for any personal gains but to serve the society in true spirit. If given another chance, I would work for the people of Haryana with same dedication. He congratulated the Central Government under the leadership of Mr Narendra Modi on the completion of its four years.He said that a sum of Rs 6.6 crore had already been spent for the development of Chattar village. The government is making all efforts to provide irrigation water in this area. The government is serious on the issues of SYL and Hansi Butana Canal and the opposition is misleading people.On this occasion, the Union Minister for Steel, Chaudhary Birender Singh, said the INLD was misleading the people of the state. The Prime Minister is making all efforts to double the income of farmers. Haryana Finance Minister, Captain Abhimanyu, MLA Uchana, Ms Premlata, were also present on the occasion.