Medical College in Kaithal to be named after Lord Shri Parshuram, announces CM Khattar
On Sunday, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar addressed the gathering at the state-level program of Lord Shri Parshuram Mahakumbh in Karnal. Among the important announcements he made were the declaration of a holiday on the occasion of Lord Parshuram Jayanti and the naming of the Kaithal medical college after Lord Shri Parshuram.
In addition, the Chief Minister announced that the state would establish a Pujari and Purohit Welfare Board in order to provide them with a fixed minimum wage. He added that the skilled workforce of Pujari and Purohits will be used to determine the minimum wage rate in this regard.
Khattar likewise reported that the issue of Pehrawar land has been settled and will be given to the Gaur Brahmin School as it were. A new rent understanding will be finished for this school for a very long time from the year 2022 to 2055 and the pace of the rent will be according to the standards. The initial term of this lease was from 2009 to 2042. In addition, Khattar stated that they will not be required to pay any kind of fine or penalty money while simultaneously announcing the waiver of the previous payment.
Advancements in Medical College
In addition, the Chief Minister announced that 100 BMS seats would be approved for Gaur Brahman Ayurvedic College. In addition, he announced that 35 seats in the MD-MS program—five in each of seven subjects—would be approved.
A postage stamp would also be issued in Lord Parshuram’s honor, according to Khattar. In response to this, a letter will be sent to Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, Union Minister for Railways, Communications, Electronics, and Information Technology.
On the subject of Economically Backward Persons in the General Category (EBPG), the Chief Minister stated that the Haryana government had drafted a policy to give economically weaker sections 10% reservation in government jobs. After that, the central government had given the policy a new name and made 10% reservation for economically weaker sections across the country. He added that the Central Government’s policy was later implemented in Haryana as well.
According to Khattar, the court decided that the recruitment would be carried out in accordance with the Central Government’s EWS policy during the time that the EBPG policy issue was brought to court. About 400-500 candidates were unable to receive appointment letters for this reason. The Chief Minister stated that the Haryana government is steadfast in its position in the High Court regarding this matter and that it is our goal to ensure that those candidates receive appointment letters as soon as possible.
Concerning the Dholidar land issue, he stated that the Dholidar Act was drafted with little consideration. Dholidar received two types of donated land as part of this. There is panchayati land owned by the government and private land. The law has been changed by the government of Haryana, and the Dholidar now owns approximately 1700 acres of private land. A provision will also be made in the law to release this land if the panchayati land was given to the Dholidar for the purpose of building a house or farming, shared Khattar.
He also said that Bhai Mati Das- Sati Das Chhibber would be the new name for Fountain Chowk in Karnal. In addition, the old Parshuram Chowk would be beautified and the road between Parshuram Chowk and Gandhi Chowk would be named Bhagwan Parshuram Marg. Essentially, a sculpture of Master Parshuram will likewise be introduced in a recreation area in the city, declared Khattar. Additionally, he announced a grant for Dharamshalas totaling Rs 31 lakh. In addition, he announced that he would donate a plot of 2000 square feet to the Bhagwan Parshuram Seva Sadan. That’s what he said assuming associations apply for plots at different spots in the state, they will be given plots according to rules.
In addition, Khattar announced the establishment of an Acharya Chanakya Chair at Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak, for research into his life and works. He urged people from all of the communities that were present to collaborate with the government to advance society and the country’s progress and prosperity.