With Centre Govt’s new schemes, Hry will set new milestones in development, says Union Minister Khattar

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With Centre Govt’s new schemes, Hry will set new milestones in development, says Union Minister Khattar

Saturday, 15 June 2024 | PNS | Chandigarh

Union Minister for Power, Housing, and Urban Affairs Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday said that the new development schemes will be initiated in the State, and with the cooperation of the central government, Haryana will set new milestones in development.

Khattar, who visited Haryana for the first time after becoming the Union Minister, received a grand welcome by the BJP leaders and workers at Kundli, Sector-7, and Gannaur in Sonipat. He said that three ministers from Haryana have been included in the central government, which will accelerate the development of Haryana.

The former Chief Minister said that the government has been formed under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the third time at the center. This has happened for the first time since 1962, he said.  In his address to the party workers, the Union Minister said that now, with the BJP forming the government at the center for the third time, it is time to form the BJP government in Haryana for the third time as well. “The assembly elections are to be held in three months, and we need to go among the public to dispel the misconceptions spread by the opposition,” he added.

Senior BJP leader said that under the leadership of PM Modi, several development works, including electricity, water, roads, gas cylinders, and industrial development, have been completed, leading to the formation of the government for the third time. On the other hand, the opposition has adopted false and low tactics to mislead the public through misinformation. Today, Haryana is progressing on the path of development, he said.

Mentioning Sonipat, Khattar said that a network of new highways has been laid across the district, opening up avenues for development. It is now time to convey the government's policies to the general public and to dispel the misconceptions spread by the opposition. He called upon all workers to resolve to win all six assembly seats in Sonipat and move forward with this goal.

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