Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday said that for the expansion of health services in the State, all the formalities related to the construction of the proposed All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) project at village Majra in Rewari district have been completed.
A meeting was held here under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister in the presence of the Union Minister of State in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Rao Inderjit Singh and senior officers regarding the project. A delegation of farmers who have provided land for the project also attended the meeting.
While sanctioning a separate budget for the project, Khattar directed the officers of the Revenue and Disaster Management Department to start the process of disbursing payments to the farmers who have provided land for the said project at the earliest.
He also asked farmers to start the next process required for doing other works related to the project after assuring mutual consent among them.
The Chief Minister also directed the officers of Town and Country Planning and Development and Panchayats Department to complete all the necessary works and also to expedite the work on the issues related to farmers within a stipulated time period regarding the project.
Khattar while giving a patient hearing to views shared by farmers' delegation also discussed all the aspects related to the project extensively. During the meeting, the farmers’ delegation said that the government had given in-principle approval for their main demand regarding giving Rs 40 lakh per acre for land and development of commercial complex along with AIIMS. The delegation also expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister and Union Minister for accepting their major demands.
They informed that due to the development of the area and acceptance of the major demands, most of the farmers have agreed to give land for the project.
Deputy Commissioner Rewari, Yashendra Singh apprised the Chief Minister about the action taken related to the project and informed that registration has been started for the cooperative society setup for farmers.
As per the directions of the government, the duty of an inspector of the Assistant Registrar Cooperative Society has been assigned in the village. All the farmers who gave land for the project will be members of this society. The members of the society will decide the other works related to their second demand with mutual consent, he informed.