No Need of Lockdown in Haryana: Deputy Chief Minister
Team Haryana First
Hisar/Chandigarh:- Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that panchayats elections in the state will be held in February next year.
He said that the state government has sent some important bills to the Governor including 50-percent reservation to the women in panchayat elections, 75-percent reservation to youths in the private sector and eight-percent reservation to the BCA class in panchayat elections for his approval.
Chautala said the day the Governor gives sanction to these bills, the state government would immediately write to the state election commission for holding the panchayats elections. He was speaking to the reporters during various events held in Hisar.
Dushyant Chautala said that Covid surge would be combated with strictness however he made it clear that there is no need of another lockdown right now. He said that Covid situation in Delhi is really worrisome and offered all possible help to Delhi in managing its spiralling Covid cases.
He said that we all have to understand our responsibilities towards the societies and have to follow the Covid safety precautions including masking, maintaining social distancing and washing hands frequently.
Answering a query over the availability of Urea in Punjab, He said that Punjab government is responsible for the shortage of Urea in Punjab as rail transport is severely affected and the government has clearly failed to manage the situation.