Rohtak. The house meeting of Rohtak Municipal Corporation, which has been canceled three times, finally took place on Thursday amid a lot of uproar. The councilors kept the issues related to their respective areas. At the same time, the enraged councilors alleged that their work was not being done. They are councilors in name only. In response, Corporation Commissioner Dhirendra Khadkata said in the style of actor Salman Khan that I do what I say. Go to Ambala and ask. Work will also be done inside the sectors. Councilors supported this. 321 proposals were passed in one minute, then in the House meeting on 5th July, 321 proposals of 22 wards were kept. which are still included. Despite the five-hour meeting, the proposals of all the councilors were not churned. Rather, in a minute, all the proposals were taken forward as passed.

Councilor Suresh Kirad keeping his problem in the meeting

During the meeting, the House meeting started at District Vikas Bhawan at 11.15 am with tributes being paid to former Deputy Mayor Ashok Bhati. Ward No. 22’s female corporator Santosh refused to give land for NDRF center in Sunaria. He said that the corporation took the land of his village, but did not get the development work done. Bohar councilor Jai Bhagwan Contractor said that there is three acres of land in his village, an NDRF center should be built there, but five crore rupees should be spent on the development works of Ward 9 only. The proposal was kept in the pending list.

The commissioner asked the councilors about the problems of their wards. In the meeting which lasted till five o’clock, the councilors raised the problems of closed sewers, drainage and drinking water. Corporation Commissioner said that he will go to every ward. Will take stock of the problems in front of the councillor. Along with this, tender will also be given to catch monkeys and dogs in the city so that people can get relief. Vending zones will also be set up in many areas of the city, where permission will not be required to set up street vendors. A demand to approve illegal colonies also arose in the house meeting.

Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Municipal Commissioner discussing

Corporation Commissioner Dhirendra said that the process of legalizing 53 illegal colonies is in the final stage. Now the government wants that as far as possible all the eligible illegal colonies should be legalised. For this survey of 70 colonies has been done by the District Town Planning Department. Raising questions on this, Ward 8 councilor Sunil Kumar said that he had left 70 percent of the area of ​​his ward where houses are built. The area has been taken where empty bushes are standing. This created a deadlock in the House. Finally, it was decided that there would be a fresh survey of illegal colonies in all the wards. When the councilor signs on that survey, it will be forwarded only.

From door to door to garbage collection, cleaning of toilets, the commissioner told that the tenure of the previous agency has been extended till the new tender is done. The councilors agreed to this. And in the House, it was decided to make Sonipat and Delhi Road as no-vending zones. The commissioner told that there will be no street vendors in the said area. Space will be given in the old ITI and Sector 1 to set up a hawker. Along with this, paid parking will be made for parking vehicles inside the white strip. For this, a fare of up to Rs 10 will be charged.

Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Municipal Commissioner discussing

The Corporation Commissioner told that the government wants the parks to be given to NGOs or RWs, for which an amount of Rs 5 per square meter will be given. The councilors protested against this, saying when the corporation is not capable of cleaning the parks, how will the institutions get it done. In such a situation, the maintenance work of the parks should be allowed to remain as it is going on. The commissioner said that if any NGO or RW takes the park, it will be given to it. If the proposal does not come, then the system will continue as before. The city’s community centers will be given on contract, while the rate will be decided by the corporation.

Councilor Rahul Deshwal, Councilor Suresh Kumar

Councilor Rahul Deshwal from Ward No. 10 questioned that in the last meeting of the House, a resolution was passed that the survey done by the private agency regarding the tax will not be accepted. For this the proposal was passed and sent to the headquarters. Even after this, the Corporation Commissioner gave NOC to the survey agency. Other councilors including Deputy Mayor Anil Kumar agreed on this. Councilor Rahul was adamant, until a satisfactory answer is received, then the House meeting will not go on. For 15 minutes the Commissioner brainstormed with the Mayor, Senior Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayor.

Councilor Kadam Singh Ahlawat, Councilor Radheshyam Dhall and Councilor Kanchan Khurana keeping their point

It was decided that the House proposes again that there are more errors in the survey regarding property tax. He is again rejected. The commissioner also said that he would again send a letter to the House with a proposal that the NOC be canceled and no further payment be made to the company. Only then did the councilors calm down. Tell that after 2011, in 2019-20, the private agency had surveyed the property in the city, the report of which came in April. The property has been shown to have increased from 1 lakh 70 thousand to 2 lakh 4 thousand. There are many errors in the survey, due to which people have to go around the corporation everyday.

Mayor Manmohan Goyal said that the proposal to make the main roads of the city complete has been kept in the meeting. Along with this, the councilors will get Rs 25-25 lakh every 6 months for the repair work in the ward. Paid parking will also be made in the city. For which the place is being marked. And now community centers will also be given on lease. A plan is being prepared for this, in which a fixed lease amount will also be fixed so that the corporation can benefit from it.

Commissioner Dhirendra Khadgata giving information about the issues passed in the house meeting of Rohtak Municipal Corporation

This proposal also passed

  • In six months, development work worth 25 lakhs will be done in each ward. Tender will be floated for this in a week. Till the time the works are not started, it will be considered to give one lakh rupees to each ward councillor.
  • The House passed a resolution to name a park near PWD residence Guru Gorakhnath, a chowk on Bhiwani Road after former deputy mayor Ashok Bhati, Sabzi Mandi Chowk near old Sadar police station after Swami Atmanand. While former Mayor Renu Dabla’s proposal to name Vita Plant Chowk as Sant Kabir Chowk was stopped.
  • The proposal to name the square near drain number eight on Bhiwani road after Shaheed Chandrashekhar and Tej Colony’s park after Saint Kabir was passed. At the same time, the name of Tikone Park of Shivaji Colony was changed to Late. The proposal to name it after Nitish Arya could not be passed.
  • The bus queue shelter will be rebuilt in PPP mode.
  • Instead of Sunaria and Paharwar, an old age home for the elderly will be built in Bohar.
  • Decision will be taken soon for foot overbridge near Jat College, IC College and Sector 14.
  • Land will be given to a private hospital near Khedi Sadh to make a 33 wide road.
  • The corporation has one chief engineer, chief accounts officer, additional corporation commissioner, two executive engineers, four city engineers, one JE, one Tehsildar, one Patwari, two Kanungo, Assistant Justice, one ATP, one Deputy District Justice, six Tax Inspector, one It was decided to create the post of PRO, 2 chief cleaning inspectors and 50 servicemen.

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