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Haryana govt planning to open college at Morni

Press Trust of India  |  Panchkula 

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said the will explore the possibility to open a college in Morni in Panchkula district.

Presiding over a meeting of district administration, the chief minister directed the officials to explore the possibility for opening a college in Morni area so as to facilitate the students of lone hill station of the state, an official spokesperson said.



He also directed the officers to hold an 'Open Darbar' of Urban Development Authority in Panchkula to promptly redress the grievances of the people.

The chief minister also reviewed the progress of forest department and directed the official concerned to make a comprehensive report about capacity of water in 170 small dams managed by forest department in the district and submit a report accordingly.

He also reviewed the progress of CM announcements of Kalka and Panchkula assemblies and directed the offices to accelerate the pace of different developmental projects.

It was informed in the meeting that out of total 1271 grievances received in the CM window, 1088 have already been redressed.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Haryana govt planning to open college at Morni

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said the Haryana government will explore the possibility to open a college in Morni in Panchkula district. Presiding over a meeting of district administration, the chief minister directed the officials to explore the possibility for opening a college in Morni area so as to facilitate the students of lone hill station of the state, an official spokesperson said. He also directed the officers to hold an 'Open Darbar' of Haryana Urban Development Authority in Panchkula to promptly redress the grievances of the people. The chief minister also reviewed the progress of forest department and directed the official concerned to make a comprehensive report about capacity of water in 170 small dams managed by forest department in the district and submit a report accordingly. He also reviewed the progress of CM announcements of Kalka and Panchkula assemblies and directed the offices to accelerate the pace of different developmental projects. It ... Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said the will explore the possibility to open a college in Morni in Panchkula district.

Presiding over a meeting of district administration, the chief minister directed the officials to explore the possibility for opening a college in Morni area so as to facilitate the students of lone hill station of the state, an official spokesperson said.

He also directed the officers to hold an 'Open Darbar' of Urban Development Authority in Panchkula to promptly redress the grievances of the people.

The chief minister also reviewed the progress of forest department and directed the official concerned to make a comprehensive report about capacity of water in 170 small dams managed by forest department in the district and submit a report accordingly.

He also reviewed the progress of CM announcements of Kalka and Panchkula assemblies and directed the offices to accelerate the pace of different developmental projects.

It was informed in the meeting that out of total 1271 grievances received in the CM window, 1088 have already been redressed.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Haryana govt planning to open college at Morni

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said the will explore the possibility to open a college in Morni in Panchkula district.

Presiding over a meeting of district administration, the chief minister directed the officials to explore the possibility for opening a college in Morni area so as to facilitate the students of lone hill station of the state, an official spokesperson said.

He also directed the officers to hold an 'Open Darbar' of Urban Development Authority in Panchkula to promptly redress the grievances of the people.

The chief minister also reviewed the progress of forest department and directed the official concerned to make a comprehensive report about capacity of water in 170 small dams managed by forest department in the district and submit a report accordingly.

He also reviewed the progress of CM announcements of Kalka and Panchkula assemblies and directed the offices to accelerate the pace of different developmental projects.

It was informed in the meeting that out of total 1271 grievances received in the CM window, 1088 have already been redressed.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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