Yamunanagar, Haryana, Mar 5 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has said with a view to providing facilities to farmers, the computerisation of land record of all the villages in the state, except in 67 villages, had been completed at a cost of Rs 14.11 crore.
In the remaining villages, the work would be finished within the next three months, he said yesterday, while addressing a gathering at Mustfabad village in the district, after inaugurating the newly-constructed sub-tehsil building at a cost of Rs 98 lakh.
The Chief Minister said the Haryana government had received Rs 1.64 crore from the Union Ministry of Rural Development Department. Of which, Rs 25 lakh had been earmarked for scanning of old land records.
He said the government had already issued instructions that all compurerised copies of mutations and fard be provided to the farmers and other land holders.
Mr Hooda distributed computerised card to farmers.
He also assured liberal financial assistance for the development of Yamunanagar district. He announced a grant of Rs 50 lakh for the development of Mustfabad village.
He conceded the demand of construction of a bridge on the Sarswati River and planted a sapling on the premises of the sub-tehsil.
Later, the Chief Minister inaugurated a Community Center, constructed at a cost of Rs 28 lakh, in Sector 18, Jagadhri.
He also inaugurated a Gymkhana Club in Sector 17, constructed by the Haryana Urban Development Authority, at a cost of Rs 1.48 crore.
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