Himachal Pradesh: A Whirlwind of Progress
Himachal Pradesh: A Whirlwind of Progress
Himachal Pradesh: Revenue Lok Adalats Settle 45K Cases, CM Sukhu Announces Major Initiatives
Himachal Pradesh is buzzing with activity under the leadership of Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu. Recent “Revenue Lok Adalats” cleared over 45,000 mutation cases, breathing a sigh of relief for countless citizens. CM Sukhu emphasized swift action on flagship programs and development works, aiming for maximum impact. Even energy bills are getting a makeover, with the government exploring options to reduce costs for Jal Shakti schemes, medical colleges, and hospitals.
A significant societal shift is being considered as a committee, led by the Health Secretary, examines raising the marriageable age of girls from 18 to 21 years. Transparency and efficiency are taking center stage with the digitization of all employment exchanges in the state.
Modernization is sweeping through the police and prison departments. High-tech night vision cameras will bolster jail security, while comprehensive police reforms promise improved working conditions and better public service.
- 45,000+ Mutation Cases Resolved: The “Revenue Lok Adalats” held on December 1st and 2nd effectively addressed a major backlog of pending cases, bringing relief to numerous individuals.
- Review of Flagship Programs: CM Sukhu emphasized the need for swift action on flagship programs and development works, ensuring their impact reaches the maximum number of citizens.
- Exploring Energy Bill Reduction: To optimize resource allocation, the government is exploring options to reduce energy bills for vital sectors like Jal Shakti schemes, medical colleges, and hospitals.
- Marriage Age Hike Committee: Recognizing societal changes and prioritizing women’s well-being, a committee led by the Health Secretary will be formed to consider raising the marriageable age of girls from 18 to 21 years.
- Digitization of Employment Exchanges: Embracing technological advancements, all employment exchanges in the state will be digitized, promoting transparency and efficiency in job placement.
- Police & Prison Modernization: High-end night vision cameras will be installed in jails to bolster security, while comprehensive police reforms are underway to improve working conditions for personnel and enhance public service.
- Milk Processing Plant: A state-of-the-art milk processing plant is proposed in Kangra district, with a set timeline for completion to benefit dairy farmers and consumers.
- Sukhashrya Sadan Project: A Detailed Project Report will be formulated for the “Sukhashrya Sadan” to be constructed in Kangra district, providing a dedicated space for senior citizens.
- Mukhhya Mantri Sukh-Aashrya Yojna: Expanding accessibility, bank accounts under this scheme will be opened in Deputy Commissioner offices across the state, simplifying financial assistance for eligible individuals.
- Jathiya Devi Township: Development of the first post-independence township in Jathiya Devi is being expedited to decongest Shimla and provide a modern living space.
- E-charging Stations: With 17 stations already operational, work on others and supporting infrastructure is being accelerated to promote e-mobility across the state.
- Subsidy for E-taxis: Encouraging eco-friendly transportation, the 50% government subsidy scheme for e-taxis has received 200 applications, indicating its positive impact.
- Recruitment Process Review: CM Sukhu reviewed the recruitment process for Van Mitras, police constables, and Jal Shakti para workers, ensuring fairness and transparency in filling vacant positions.
Kangra district is poised for a dairy revolution with a state-of-the-art milk processing plant on the horizon, complete with a set timeline for completion. Senior citizens haven’t been forgotten, with a “Sukhashrya Sadan” project in Kangra district offering them a dedicated space.
Financial assistance for eligible individuals under the “Mukhhya Mantri Sukh-Aashrya Yojna” just got easier. Bank accounts will now be opened in Deputy Commissioner offices across the state, simplifying access to this vital support.
Himachal Pradesh’s first post-independence township is taking shape in Jathiya Devi, decongesting Shimla and providing a modern living space for residents. E-mobility is getting a boost with 17 e-charging stations already operational and work on others accelerating. Plus, the 50% government subsidy for e-taxis has attracted 200 applications, demonstrating its appeal.
Even recruitment processes are under scrutiny, with CM Sukhu reviewing the selection of Van Mitras, police constables, and Jal Shakti para workers, ensuring fairness and transparency.
From streamlining processes to embracing technology and prioritizing social welfare, the Sukhu government is painting a vibrant picture of progress for Himachal Pradesh. By addressing critical issues and driving development across various sectors, they aim to create a more efficient, equitable, and prosperous future for all.