January 11, 2017 08:33 PM

Chandigarh  (Face2News)

Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today announced to set up  two dedicated cells for the Non Resident Indians (NRI).  While the grievances redressal cell would deal   with their complaints, the other would be to facilitate their investment  and they would be able to give their suggestions.The cell concerning their complaints  would be headed by an officer of the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG).   The Chief Minister was speaking at the inaugural session of the Pravasi Haryana Divas-2017 organised by Haryana Government with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) as the national partner, in Gurugram. Union Steel Minister, Mr. Birender Singh and Textiles Minister, Mrs. Smriti Zubin Irani were present on the occasion.  The Chief Minister said that the establishment of the cell would streamline enquiry and action-taking process, besides ensuring quick redressal of grievances of the NRIs. He said that this cell would have a dedicated mobile phone number 8968420002 and e-mail ID, which could be used by any NRI to reach the Government through SMS, e-mail, fax or voice call. The cell would have a field unit in every police district, and the respective telephone numbers of these field units have been made available on the website of Haryana Police.

Haryana already has a well oiled and fully functional Citizen Grievance Redressal System as the CM Window. It has a track record of disposal rate of 91 per cent. The system for NRI Grievance Redressal, is seamlessly integrated with existing System. Haryana NRI Cell has been launched for a focused facilitation of pravasis, The NRIs may contact NRI Cell for business queries, investment interest and any other suggestion.The Principal Secretary, Industries, Mr Devender Sigh said that the contact person would be Mr. Kartik Das, email ID mobile No.09205192101  He said that the State Government had changed more than 300 laws, rules and procedures in less than four months to make Haryana among the top five States in the World Banks Groups’ ranking of Indian States on Ease of Doing Business. Besides, 21 Mahila Thanas were established in all districts to ensure safety of women.

Mr. Manohar Lal exhorted the Pravasi Haryanvis to offer their cooperation and investment in the form of time, effort and capital, to accelerate the realisation of the State Government’s vision of Haryana.He said that while the people and successive governments of Haryana had transformed the State into one of the most progressive ones in the country since its inception on November 1, 1966, when almost the entire nation believed that such a small state would not be economically and financially viable, these achievements were not reflected in the social development.

He said that following the mandate given by the people of the State upon a call given by Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, to undo these ills, the Haryana Government achieved success in many areas. These include election of only such educated representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions who are non-defaulters of bank and power utilities and have a functional toilet at home, giving teachers of the Education Department the right to choose their place of posting for the nect five years by making the system of transfer of teachers online to curb corruption and so that they may devote full attention towards teaching, and improving the sex ratio at birth in the State, which crossed the 900-mark for the first time in several decades. Apart from this, the present State Governance has made governance corruption-free by dismantling the system of discretionary exercise of power through steps such as scrapping of Chief Minister’s discretion in granting licenses for setting up of colonies.He said that Haryana would be a futuristic state with smart villages and cities, and e-governance solutions for all public services. Where every Haryanvi is assured of good education, health, employment and a decent life, and every Haryanvi youth goes digital.

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