Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal. (File Photo)
Chandigarh: Expressing their excitement after meeting Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal during a grievance redressal camp on Wednesday and having their problems resolved, many women representatives said that Chief Minister not only assured them of the solution to the problems but they also felt that they were interacting with the head of their family.
Whether it was the farmers of Ellenabad, JBT teachers, or the extension lecturers from the colleges, everyone looked very happy and satisfied after the meeting, said a government press release.
The farmers of Ellenabad expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister by presenting him with a plough.
During the interaction, the delegation of farmers from Rajpura Sani village led by Shiv Shankar Saharan thanked Chief Minister for providing water till the tail end in their village.
While interacting with the farmers in the local language, the Chief Minister not only made them comfortable but also presented boxes of sweets to the elderly farmers of the delegation.
The rekease quoted an elderly farmer of Rajpura village as saying that this is the first time that he had seen such a humble and down-to-earth Chief Minister who is asking about the well-being of their families with such concern.
Guru Ravidas Sabha President, Ranpat Ram, who had come from Kurukshetra to express his gratitude to the Chief Minister for announcing the construction of Dharamshala and temple in the name of Sant Shiromani Guru Shri Ravidas Ji Maharaj over an area of 5 acres, said that, Manohar Lal had given a big gift to the Ravidas community living in Haryana.
The Chief Minister said that Sant Shiromani Guru Shri Ravidas Ji Maharaj was not just a saint belonging to one community as he had always worked for the welfare of entire humanity.
JBT Association Member, Jagjit Singh and Smt. Komal, who was part of the delegation of extension lecturers, said that they never expected that the Chief Minister would give such a patient hearing to their problems. Not only did the Chief Minister hear their problems but also directed the officers concerned to solve every single grievance raised by them on priority basis, they said.
The delegation, who had come from Mahendragarh raising a demand to stop the mandatory imposition of Dharmakanta near stone crusher mill, said that considering their demand, the Chief Minister has saved employment of 5000 families.
The Private School Association also said that the Chief Minister not only listened to their issues but also directed the officials to resolve them soon.
Chief Minister has turned our fortunes, say residents of Dahod village
The resident of Dahod village in Jhajjar district said that Chief Minister Manohar Lal by accepting their demand forupgrading the Sanskriti Model School up to class XII, has not only turned the fortunes of their children but has given an educational bonanza to their village. Many governments had ruled Haryana, but no government has given as much funds for the development of villages as the government led by Manohar Lal has done.