Faridabad: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday said metro rail service would be extended up to Greater Faridabad after its expansion from YMCA Chowk to Ballabgarh is done.
An official release quoting the Chief Minister said people who have constructed houses on government land would not be made homeless, rather they would be given ownership after charging them the current market rate of the land.
Unauthorised colonies would be regularised after charging a development fee, it said.
Addressing a rally here, Khattar said, "Everyone is aware of the system that used to be in the state and the country. Corruption was at peak but BJP soon controlled it after coming to power. So far, in our tenure, no one has levelled any allegation of corruption against any BJP leader."
BJP government had put a check on graft with the help of information technology. Today, there are more than 50 services which are accessible online in Haryana and people can avail its benefit anytime, the Chief Minister said, claiming graft in tehsils has been eliminated by introducing e-registration.
Speaking about reforms in police administration, he said the state government has introduced such a system that FIR could be registered in any police station irrespective of the place of crime.
Stating that development works amounting to Rs 133 crore would be undertaken in Ballabgarh Assembly constituency, Khattar said the developmental suggestions by local MP and Union MoS Krishan Pal Gujjar and MLA Mool Chand Sharma would be completed on the basis of feasibility.
Earlier, the Chief Minister laid foundation stones of four new development projects and dedicated one project to the people in Sector 15-A.