Haryana to introduce law to settle family land feud long pending in courts

Haryana government will soon introduce a new legislation to ensure quick disposal of family land disputes that remain pending in courts for years due to absence of any proper redressal mechanism, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar Tuesday said.

“In a bid to resolve family land disputes, the state is all set to introduce a new legislation that objectifies to ensure quick redressal,” Khattar said.

Besides this, the government is also in the process to formulate a plan for 100 villages where consolidation will be done in a scientific way.

The officials concerned have been asked to prepare a road map and work on the final modalities to execute both the projects. Khattar said strengthening the grievance redressal mechanism is the utmost priority of the state government and for this maximum utilisation of IT is being ensured.

CM said on the lines of how Gurugram has been developed industrially and economically, the emphasis is now being laid on developing other districts of the state. “Today Gurugram has become a global city and an IT hub and several Fortune 500 companies have their offices in the district,” he said

“Faridabad is also moving swiftly in the same direction. Due to its connectivity with the Jewar airport, industrial activities are increasing here. Not only this, as the Hisar airport will resume its operations soon, the progress graph of the district is certainly going to get a major boost,” he said.

Khattar said Panchkula district also has its locational advantage. “It also has the advantage of Chandigarh airport being nearby,” he said, adding the district will will also emerge as “a financial capital”.

He said that it is the priority of his government to take the villages forward. “The government is making dedicated efforts to ensure that people from the villages should not migrate towards cities for business, and employment opportunities,” he said.

He added that special girdawari (crop damage assessment) is going on and compensation will be given to the farmers in May. Besides this, procurement of mustard and wheat is underway in the mandis. “So far, about Rs 600 crore have been sent to the bank accounts of the farmers,” he added.

Khattar said like promoting Ease of Doing Business, now the state government has started laying emphasis on implementing the concept of ‘Ease of Living’.

“Today, people are getting the benefits of ration cards, pension, Ayushman and CHIRAYU Haryana Yojana while sitting at home as all such public welfare schemes have been integrated with the state government’s Parivar Pehchan Patra (family id) scheme. This is the reason now we have termed PPP as Permanent Protection of Poor People,” he said.

“Like Bhutan, we also aim to bring the state to the top position in the Happiness Index while moving in the direction of Ease of Living and this would be possible only when life of the citizens would be easy. The state government is committed to resolving the problems of the common man,” he said.

He said every plan formulated by his government has the core of the “5S mantra”- Shiksha (education), Swasthya (health), Suraksha (Security), Swavalamban (Self-reliance) and Swabhimaan (Self-respect) “and now the sixth ‘S’, that is good governance has also been added to it”.

He said radical reforms have been initiated to ensure quality education for all. “We have set a target to implement the National Education Policy by 2025. Sanskriti model schools have been opened across the state. Our 10th and 12th board results are better than Delhi. Now, four centres of the Super-100 programme have been made operational. Haryana has one college within a radius of 20 kilometres. Acknowledging the demand to open more colleges, we will soon start mapping the sites,” he said.

Speaking on the law and order situation, Khattar said, “The law and order situation in Haryana is better as compared to the neighbouring states.

“Today the crackdown on gangsters is constantly carried out and the strictest action is being endured against all the wrongdoers. Properties of about 350 gangsters who are involved in the drug trade have been attached and action has been taken. With the introduction of laws like Haryana Control of Organised Crime, stringent action will be endured against gangsters, drug smugglers,” he added


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