Khattar asks BJP workers to keep in mind priorities of govt
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday asked the BJP workers in the state to work keeping in mind the priorities of the government.
Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday asked the BJP workers in the state to work keeping in mind the priorities of the government.
Working to redress the grievances of each individual, the government has taken several unprecedented steps, which have started bringing the desired results, he said.
Addressing party workers from Ambala, Panchkula, Yamunanagar and Kurukshetra districts here, he said it was for the first time that the people had given clear mandate to the BJP in the state as well as in the country.
"We are working to improve the system. It may take time but we would ensure that we deliver what we have promised," he added.
The state government does not believe in mere publicity but wants to apprise people about the various achievements and schemes of the government through party workers, he said.
"I do not belong to any particular caste or community. I am serving the people by considering them as a part of my family. The government has high hopes from the workers and they should discharge their duties by rising above personal interests", Khattar said.
The chief minister's window set up in the district secretariats convey the message that the CM is available in every district, he said.
Now, people need not to come to Chandigarh and they can lodge their complaints at the district secretariats. From there, the complaints reached him and are being redressed at different levels, he added.
Besides redressal of the grievances, the complainants are also informed about the status through SMS. More than 33,000 complaints have been received so far out of which 17,000 have already been disposed off, he said.
Lauding the functioning of the BJP President Amit Shah, he said that as a result of his efforts, the number of workers in Haryana had reached to 25 lakhs.
"I would visit all Assembly segments in the state in April and May to address public meetings," he added.