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Wildlife Sanctuary and Harbal forest in Morni Hill is under way: Manohar Lal

May 06, 2017 11:52 AM

Punjab News Express/SK.Vyas
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal, has said that work is underway to develop a wildlife sanctuary and herbal forest in Morni, district Panchkula. Besides, work is also apace on the construction of a bridge in Neemwala to connect Haryana with Himachal Pradesh.

Interacting with media persons in Panchkula today, he said since Morni area lagged in terms of education and development, the state government was carrying out development works there on a priority basis.

Replying to a question regarding the beheading of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani forces, the Chief Minister said he hoped that the Central Government would give a befitting reply to Pakistan.

The Chief Minister celebrated his 63rd birthday today with children at various places in Panchkula. These included Hansraj Public School, Sector 6, where the students performed ‘yajna’ to mark his birthday and Government Primary School, Sector 15, where he distributed fruits and laddoos to children. He also planted saplings on the school premises.
Later, Mr Manohar Lal visited Shishu Greh in Sector 15, where he distributed cakes to children. "I enjoyed meeting the children and talking to them", he said.

He expressed his gratitude to the people for showering on him birthday wishes and promised to work for the welfare of the 2.5-crore people of the state with their cooperation.
Those present included MLA, Panchkula, Gian Chand Gupta, Chairman, Haryana Housing Board, Jawahar Yadav, Media Advisor to Chief Minister, Amit Arya, ADGP Administration, Dr. R.C. Mishra, Deputy Commissioner, Panchkula, Ms. Gauri Prashar Joshi, and senior officers of the district administration.

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