No new license for new meat shops in Gurugram, Manohar Lal

October 08, 2017 07:31 PM

Punjab News Express/ SK.Vyas
CHANDIGARH : The Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal, has said that no licenses would be issued for new meat shops in the residential areas of Gurugram, and a master plan would be prepared to provide an adequate amount of drinking water for the residents of the city. Besides, a three-member committee will be constituted to deal with the issues related to sewerage congestion and water problem in old Gurugram.

Manohar Lal said this while presiding over a monthly meeting of the District Public Grievances Committee in Gurugram today. As many as 28 complaints were made at the meeting out of which maximum were resolved on the spot.
The committee constituted to deal with the issues related to sewerage and water problem in old Gurugram would submit its report in two days to the Commissioner, Municipal Corporation. Two machines would be purchased by the year-end for sewerage cleaning. Until these are bought cleaning would be done by taking machines on rent.
Regarding a complaint pertaining to the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) about getting removed unauthorized construction being carried out in Sector 46 market, the Chief Minister directed HUDA officers to do the needful. In response, the officers informed the Chief Minister that the unauthorized constructions in Sector 46 market and other sectors of HUDA would be got removed on October 23, 2017.
He was also informed that by December 15, 2017, unauthorized constructions in the markets of all HUDA sectors would be got removed by launching a Remove Encroachment Campaign. Regarding another complaint pertaining to HUDA land in Sector 38 being illegally used for constructing slums, the Chief Minister directed the officers to get vacated all illegal possessions.
On the complaint of residents of Woodstock, Nirvana Country, Sector 50, that they were being harassed by the Nirvana Residents Welfare Association which had blocked the road, the Chief Minister directed the Commissioner of Police, Gurugram, to get the road opened by tomorrow.
When a similar complaint was made by Anil Kumar, a resident of Part-31 of Sector 41, regarding illegal construction of an entry gate for the guest house in their sector, the Chief Minister directed the officers to get the entry gate removed.
On the issue of increasing the height of the road from Bhuteshwar temple to Khandsa, the Chief Minister said a meeting in this regard would be held by officers to take stock of the actual condition of the road.
Others present at the meeting included Public Works (Buildings and Roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh, MLAs Umesh Aggarwal, Bimla Chaudhary, Tejpal Tanwar, Chairman, Haryana Housing Board, Jawahar Yadav and other dignitaries.

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