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Haryana government amended sports policy and other cabinet decisionsAdvertisement open from Aug 06, 2012 2:25 to Mar 31, 2015 16:00 | Haryana
Chandigarh, December 18 -Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today approved amendment in Sports Policy- 2009 so as to raise the award money of outstanding sportspersons.
Now under the amended Policy, the Bhim Awardee, Arjuna Awardee and Dhyan Chand Awardee would get cash award of Rs five lakh instead of Rs two lakh earlier. The winners of gold medal in the International sports events like World Cup Championship or Paralympic World Cup Championship would get Rs ten lakh instead of Rs five lakh, the winner of silver medal of these events would get Rs eight lakh instead of Rs four lakh and bronze medalist would get Rs six lakh instead of Rs three lakh.
The Cabinet also decided to give eight acres of land to Sushil Kumar Foundation in Moti Lal Nehru School of Sports Rai to set up a wrestling academy. Land would be given on lease. It was also decided to give two acres land to Olympic wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt at Bahadurgarh to setup a wrestling academy. A multi-purpose hall and infrastructure at this site would be developed by Haryana Urban Development Authority.
Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today, approved the proposal of the Revenue and Disaster Management Department to amend the Haryana Patwari Rules in concerned Departments at par with the Revenue Patwari (Group C) Service Rules, 2011.
It was observed that the post of Patwari exists in different Departments of the state government like Consolidation, Panchayat, Urban Estate, Town and Country Planning, Forest, Public Works (Building and Roads) etc., but the educational qualifications and pay scales and training are not similar to that of each other. Therefore, there was a need to bring uniformity in service rules of different departments.
There are about 439 sanctioned posts of Patwaris in other departments of the State. The pay scale in Consolidation Department and Urban Local Bodies Department are identical to those of Revenue Department. Therefore, 327 employees of other Departments will be affected by making the pay scale identical to those of Revenue Department.
Therefore, it was decided that cadre of the Patwari should be common for all departments till selected candidates do not pass the Patwari examination as prescribed in the Haryana Revenue Patwari (Group C) Service Rules, 2011. Therefore, names of those candidates, who have qualified the Patwari examination will be recommended to different departments for appointment so that departments have fully qualified candidates for appointment in their respective department.
Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda today gave approval to appoint Mr Rajesh Kumar (Mahabali Bhim) as Constable In Haryana Police as a special case.
Mr Rajesh Kumar belongs to village Danora, Tehsil Naraingarh is an exceptional case as he is the tallest man in Haryana as well as Punjab state. His height is 7 feet and 4 inches which is more than Dalip Singh Rana (Khali) who was recruited as Constable in Punjab Police on similar ground and is already representing India in World Wrestling Entertainment. In his representation, Mr Rajesh Kumar has stated that if he is recruited in Haryana police, he will certainly bring laurels for Haryana as well as for India.
Mr Rajesh Kumar has been recruited as Constable in Haryana police as a special case by giving relaxation in his educational qualifications, upper age limit and recruitment process.
The Haryana Government has upgraded Sub-Tehsil Kanina as Sub Division and Sub Tehsil Ateli as Tehsil in District Mahendragarh, Sub-Tehsil Radaur as Tehsil in district Yamunanagar, Sub-Tehsil Nathusari Chopta as Tehsil in district Sirsa, village Hassanpur as Sub Tehsil in district Palwal and village Satnali as Sub-Tehsil in District Mahendargarh.
A decision to this effect has been taken in the Cabinet Meeting held under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today.
Up gradation of Sub-Tehsil Kanina as Sub Division
The Sub Division Kanina would have 53 villages. The total area of Sub Division would be 35256 hectares and the population would be 156891. In Sub-Division Kanina, there would be two Kanungo Circles namely Kanina and Ghanaunda, 21 Patwar Circles namely Kanina, Kanina-II, Kakrala, Partal, Bhaojawas, Mundia Khera, Sundrah, Bewal, Mori, Rambass, Silarpur, Rata Kala, Dhanunda, Pathera, Sihor, Kheri, Sehland, Baghot, Syana, Kotiya and Gudha.
Up gradation of Sub-Tehsil Ateli as Tehsil in district Mahendergarh.
Tehsil Ateli would be a part of Sub Division Narnaul and it would have 44 villages. The total area of Tehsil Ateli would be 18,531 hectares with a total population of 94,852. There would be one Kanungo circle-Ateli, 12 Patwar Circles namely Bachhod, Tajpur, Saidpur, Khor, Gujarwas, Mahasar, Bochariya, Chandpura, Ateli, Kheri, Bihali and Kanti. A Municipal Committee, Sub-Treasury, a block and one police station already exist in Tehsil Ateli.
Up gradation of Sub-Tehsil Radaur as Tehsil in district Yamuna Nagar.
Tehsil Radaur would have 83 villages. The Tehsil would have area of 23,996 hectares with a population of 115466. It would have one Kanungo circle namely Radaur, 15 Patwar circles namely Bakana, Radaur, Topra Kalan, Gholra, Ghellour, Barheri, Sikandra, Bapa, Sandhli, Nachroun, Barheri, Khurdban, Jathlana, Alahar, Gumthala and two police stations namely Radaur and Jathlana.
Up gradation of Sub-Tehsil Nathusari Chopta as Tehsil in district Sirsa.
The Tehsil Nathusari Chopta would have 52 villages. The Tehsil would have an area of 171008 hectares with population 155472. The Tehsil would have four Kanungo circles namely Nathusari Kalan, Ding, Chaharwala, Jamal and 48 Patwar circles. The Tehsil Nathusari Chopta would have two police stations namely Nathusari Chopta and Ding and one police chowki in which Ding Thana will have 24 villages and two Dhanias.
Creation of village Hassanpur as Sub-Tehsil in District Palwal
The Sub-Tehsil Hassanpur would have 19 villages. The Sub-Tehsil would have area of 11076 hectares with a total population of 73833. The Sub-Tehsil Hassanpur would have one Kanungo circle namely Hassanpur, one block namely Hassanpur, seven Patwar circles namely Hassanpur, Bhaendoli, Likhi, Pingor, Jatoli, Gulabad, Khambi and two police stations namely Hassanpur and Thana Sadar Palwal.
Creation of village Satnali as Sub-Tehsil in District Mahendergarh
The Sub-Tehsil Satnali would have 20 villages. The Sub-Tehsil would have area of 19899 hectares with population of 57709. The Sub-Tehsil would have a Kanungo circle namely Satnali, 12 Patwar circles namely Satnali-1, Satnali-2, Pathrawa, Jadwa, Biesinghwas, Shyampura, Nawa, Surheti Jakhar, Digrota, Barda, Madhogarh, Mandola, a block namely Satnali, a police station Satnali and a Sub-Treasury Satnali.
In an another significant decision to facilitate the personnel of defence forces both serving and ex-servicemen, para military personnels and ex-para military personnel of the state, Haryana Government has decided to launch a housing scheme for them under which they will provided flats at a subsidized rate. As many as 50,000 flats would be constructed for these categories in five cities of the State at an estimated cost of Rs.8250 crores which will be allotted to them on subsidized rates.
The five cities where these flats would be constructed included Panchkula, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Sonipat and Bahadurgarh.
After construction, these flats would be allotted to the defence personnel on subsidized rates. Initially five cities have been selected for the construction of these flats; however, more cities might be added as per the demand assessment and availability of land.
Two types of nine storeyed flats with carpet area of 500 square feet and 600 square feet with Far 2.25 and density as 900 persons per acre would be constructed. These flats would be allotted to the serving and ex-defence personnel in the rank of JCOs and below. The sale price of the flats would be Rs 15 lakh for type –A and Rs 18 lakh for Type –B tentatively.
HUDA and Urban Local Bodies Department would provide 360 acre land to Housing Board Haryana at different stations for the construction of these flats at concessional rates.
The Cabinet also approved to provide government job of class III and IV on compassionate ground to one eligible living spouse or children of martyr of Armed Forces Personnel or Para Military Forces Personnel who is domicile of Haryana and is killed in action in border skirmishes, terrorist attack or riots.
The Cabinet also gave approval for giving government job of class III and IV on compassionate ground to one eligible living spouse or children of the deceased Haryana Police Personnel, civil employee of the State Government who sacrifice their lives while displaying bravery and extra ordinary courage in fighting with anti-social elements, dacoits, criminals, terrorists, extremists, insurgents during law and order duties or attempting to save lives during natural calamities in addition to other financial benefits to bereaved families given by the State Government.
Also the Haryana government has today decided not to charge regularization charges in the civic amenities and infrastructure deficient colonies in urban areas.
However, the development charges would be payable by the plot holders in such areas under Municipal Corporations of Gurgaon and Faridabad at a rate of Rs 150 per square yard, in case of Municipal Corporations of Ambala, Yamunanagar / Jagadhri, Karnal, Panipat, Rohtak, Hisar and Panchkula, the development charges would be Rs 100 per square yard. In case of Municipal Councils, the development fee will be Rs 50 and for Municipal Committees, the rates will be Rs 30.
The development charges in these colonies would be payable by the plot holders in two equal installments. Those who would pay in lump-sum, they would be entitled to 10 per cent rebate.
While 543 colonies have already been notified as Civic Amenities and Infrastructure Deficient Municipal Areas, 251 additional colonies are under consideration for providing basic amenities.