• India
  • February 11, 2021


Jats : A combination of power and peace , says CM Khattar

Chandigarh (INF), March 08:

Giving the slogan of ‘Haryana Ek – Haryanvi Ek’, the Chief Minister of Haryana ,  Mr. Manohar Lal Khattar said that the Jat community always works for protecting the country. He added that the Jat community is a combination of power and peace. He said that it is our responsibility to take all sections and castes of society together.

CM  Khattar  said that the State people should take inspiration from the lives of great people like Raja Nahar Singh, Mahendra Pratap Singh, Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram, Maharani Kishori Devi, Seth Chhaju Ram, and Maharaja Suraj Mal who have  dedicated their life for the upliftment of the country and society.

The Chief Minister was speaking as the Chief Guest of the annual function of the Jat Kalyan Sabha at the Community Center in Sector-4 of Gurugram district on Saturday.

Speaking on the demand for the land raised by the Jat Kalyan Sabha, he said that further processing will be done for the said land as per the government procedure.   On this occasion, the Chief Minister also released a souvenir of the Jat Kalyan Sabha.

Haryana government will compensate the loss to farmers

Chandigarh (INF) , March 08 :

Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal  ,while speaking on the issue of the damaged crops due to heavy rain and hailstorm ,  assured the farmers that they should not panic as those farmers who had insured their crops will be compensated by the insurance company, while the farmers, whose crops are not insured, will get compensation by the government. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also announced special Girdawari for the hailstorm and to compensate the farmers for their loss.

The Chief Minister was addressing a Haryana Pragati rally held at village Kairu in Bhiwani district on Saturday .   Speaking on the occasion, he said the State Government is working on a plan to supply water to every household by 2022. In the coming five years, every family will be provided a roof so that no person remains homeless. The Chief Minister said that about five years ago, the State Government had resolved to provide 24 hours power by strengthening the power supply system in the State and they are happy that now 24 hours electricity will be provided in 4500 villages out of 6500 villages in the State. He said that now the Government has planned that every village and Dhani in the State should get 24-hour power and every house should have power connections.


Punjab Govt issued advisory to the farmers

Chandigarh (INF) , March 8:

The Punjab Agriculture department has issued an advisory to the farmers to immediately drain out the rain water from their fields adversely affected by heavy rains, gusty winds and hailstorm in some parts of the state.

Secretary Agriculture Kahan Singh Pannu has directed the field officers of the department to immediately get in touch with affected farmers for giving them proper advice in this difficult time. He also asked the field officers to coordinate with revenue officials for assisting them in conducting the special girdawari to assess the crop damage in affected areas.


    Meanwhile, Director Agriculture Punjab,  Sutantar Kumar Airy asked the field  officers to extensively tour in rain hit areas during holidays to give them proper advice and send the reports, of damage due to inclement weather, to the head office immediately.   


Notably, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday ordered a special girdawari for the assessment of crop loss caused by the untimely rainfall and hailstorm in the state to ascertain the extent of the damage to crops to ensure that due compensation can be awarded to the affected farmers at the earliest.


Fish and its products are not carriers of Corona virus – Himachal Minister

Shimla (INF), March 8:

Himachal Pradesh Fisheries Minister, Virendra Kanwar,     has said that the information appearing in various mediums of media, that consuming fish and its related products can spread Corona virus is misleading. He said that this false propaganda can impact the sale of fish and its related products, which can further directly, affect the farmers, earning livelihood from fisheries industry. No such research has been published so far that eating fish or its products spreads the virus.

 Fisheries Minister said that an advisory has been received in this direction from Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries, Government of India, which has denied that Corona virus spreads out of fish. He has urged the people of the state to avoid such rumors and said that fish and its products can be used by adopting normal hygiene.

 Shri Kanwar said that many other industries are also indirectly related to fisheries sector. Therefore, any misleading publicity related to fish and fishery products would directly affect the earning of the people associated with this industry. He said that consumers would also get deprived of rich protein and other nutrients consisting in these products.

 Fisheries Minister said that so far no reports of corona virus infection have been received anywhere in the world through fisheries. In the past too, there has been no infection anywhere through fisheries. Therefore, it is completely safe to consume fish and its products, he adde