Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar reached her native village Baniyani in Rohtak district on Monday morning. During this time, he visited his ancestral home as a token of respect for his parents. Also a review of the works being carried out for basic development in the village was taken. The Chief Minister announced to transfer his ancestral home to the village and society. He said that an e-library should be made in this house for the children.
Earlier, Chief Minister Manohar Lal had reached Rohtak late in the evening. From here left for Bhiwani on Monday morning. On his way to Bhiwani, he reached his native village. The Chief Minister said that he is very fortunate that he has come to his native village. He said that this village is very scenic for him. Because his childhood was spent here and he studied here. A symbol of the parents, their ancestral house is also in the village. Which he visited. The village house is also in his name. This house should be useful for the village.
200 yard house dedicated to the village
The Chief Minister told that his uncle’s son’s house is adjacent to this house. Together, a house of about 200 yards was dedicated to the village. So that a library can be arranged for the education of the people of the village for the coming generations. Will arrange for e-library here. The people of the village can use it for whatever they want. It is a great pleasure to make this announcement.
CM Khattar started electric city bus service
Let us tell you that CM Khattar had started the electric city bus service from Panipat on Sunday. During this time, CM Khattar himself also traveled by bus. In the first phase, buses have been run in Panipat and Jagadhri-Yamunanagar. Electric city bus service will be started after construction of new bus institutes in seven cities of the state. Apart from Panipat, electric city bus service will be started in Panchkula, Sonipat, Ambala, Rewari, Rohtak, Hisar. 450 buses have been included in the transport department.