Honorable Chief Minister of Haryana visited Antyodaya and Saral Kendra, Gurugram
Hon’ble CM Haryana visited Antyodaya Bhavan and Saral Kendra, Gurugram on dated 07/11/2019. He was very much satisfied with the services given to the citizen through these Kendras. He interacted with the beneficiaries present in these Kendras who were there to avail the services provided through these Kendras.
He quoted that Government of Haryana started these Antyodaya Bhavan and Saral Kendra to provide benefits of all Schemes as well as Services to Citizen under one roof in a time bound manner. 274 services and 234 schemes related to various departments are being provided from the various e-Disha Kendras and Antyodaya Bhavans established throughout the state. He also mentioned that the Government of Haryana is committed to provide the services to the citizen in an effective, transparent and time bound manner.
Hon’ble CM enquired about the whole process from issuing of token till the acknowledgement receipt of the scheme for which citizen had applied. He interacted with the applicant of one of the scheme of Animal Husbandry Department and told the operators deputed to demonstrate the process of availing the said scheme. Hon’ble CM Haryana also presented the Certificate to the applicant which was generated through the counter of the Kendra regarding AAPKI BETI HAMARI BETI scheme.
Honorable Chief Minister said that providing benefits of Government Schemes in time bound and transparent manner to the citizen are one of our major priorities. Hon’ble CM Haryana was very much satisfied with the efforts made by District Administration as well as NIC, Gurugram.
On this occasion MLA Gurugram Shri Sudhir Singla, Divisional Commissioner Shri Ashok Sangwan IAS, Commissioner of Police Sh. Mohammad Akil IPS, Deputy Commissioner cum Commissioner MCG Shri Amit Khatri IAS, DCP Gurugram Shri Shashank Sawan, SDM (N) Gurugram Shri Jitender Kumar, DIO Gurugram Shri Vibhu Kapur, DSO Shri Ramesh Kumar along with various officers and prominent Citizen of District Gurugram were present.