3-day CM’s Mahendergarh visit comes to an end amid protest

Manohar Lal Khattar, the chief minister of Haryana, wrapped off his three-day visit to the Mahendergarh district on Friday amidst protests. Even the local MLA was unable to appease the demonstrators, who came from the Narnaul hamlet of Dongra Ahir. Khattar remained in the area, but his cavalcade had to be taken away under strong police protection. It is understood that some of the residents’ demands went unmet. There were no disruptive incidents during the protest, which was calm. Later, AAP claimed that the demonstration demonstrated public opposition to Khattar and his administration. The CM launched two large-scale projects totaling Rs 8.53 crore at a Jan Samvad event in Satnali village on the final day of his journey, calling them “the third place where he has been opposed” after Sirsa and Bhiwani. He also dedicated a government veterinary hospital and laid the cornerstone for a micro-irrigation project worth Rs 8.21 crore for four villages at Satnali’s community center. According to Khattar, the state government has been doing outstanding work in recent years to promote micro-irrigation. The CM stated that this has significantly helped with groundwater conservation. This year, it was proposed to carry out micro-irrigation projects on 2.5 lakh acres of agricultural. In addition, the CM urged women to organize self-help organizations. There are a lot of opportunities for small-scale companies such pickles, sewing centers, and coarse grain products to be established near the IMT on the approximately 1,0086 acres in Khudana village. In his speech at Santali, he suggested that women may profit from it by creating self-help organizations. tnn

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