Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar said that Gurugram City has been divided into four zones for undertaking developmental works in a phased manner. The Chief Minister was presiding over the meeting of industrialists and real estate developers at Gurugram on April 12. As many as 61 complaints related to real estate were taken up in the meeting of which maximum were resolved on the spot.
Khattar said that the state government has a different focus on Gurugram and the zoning system has benefited the city. He said that there was a total collapse of system in Gurugram during the tenure of previous government. Now, the same has been improved by the present state government by introducing this zoning system.
Khattar said that the number of changes has been made in policies and rules during last three years. Various projects which were lying halted for a long period had been restarted by the present State Government and these are under the final stages of completion. Giving example of Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway, he said that the matter was lying pending with the Supreme Court. After the state government followed the matter with the court, the construction work resumed. The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi would inaugurate KMP after its completion in next one-and-a-half month. Similarly, the difficulties being faced in the construction of Dwarka Expressway were also resolved.
Khattar also said that the constitution of Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority was a big decision to ensure all round development of the city. Such a provision would be made applicable in Faridabad also only if residents of Faridabad demand so. The CM said that a separate authority was being constituted for Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway. He said that it has been decided not to undertake further expansion of the city and the present form will be improved. This will reduce burden on Delhi, he added.
Addressing the representatives of real estate industry, the Chief Minister said that such meetings would be organised from time to time to redress the grievances of industrialists. He said that the state government was of the view that large number of industries would come to Gurugram bringing huge investment and thus creating number of employment opportunities for all.
Talking about Ease of Doing Business, he said that Haryana has now become number one state in terms of Ease of Doing Business and now the second step would be investor feedback. Others present on this occasion included MLAs Umesh Aggarwal, Tejpal Tanwar, Chief Secretary, D.S. Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Rajesh Khullar, Additional Chief Secretary, Excise and Taxation, Sanjeev Kaushal, Additional Chief Secretary, Power Utilities, P.K. Das, Additional Chief Secretary, Public Works (Building and Roads) Department, Alok Nigam, Principal Secretary, Industries and Commerce Department, Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning Department, Arun Gupta and other senior officers.