Hisar: Hamara Pyaar Hisar, a group of city residents made up of college students, college students and the elderly, have embarked on a mission to beautify the city’s walls and open spaces. As part of their weekly campaign, the group painted the walls of Maharaja Agrasen International Airport. The airport manager, SS Wing Commander Badhwar, appreciated the efforts of the group, led by artist Harish Chandra, to paint beautiful pictures on an airport perimeter wall with paintings ” warli ”. It took the group three hours to complete the painting.
Abhay at the bypoll contest for the third time
Hisar: Abhay is known as the winner of the by-elections because he has won two ballots in the past. He recorded his first victory in the Assembly polls in the Rori (Sirsa) Assembly by-election in 2000 when the INLD was in power. He again contested the Elenabad by-election in 2010 after the seat was vacated by his father Om Prakash Chautala. Now, whether he would be lucky the third time around or not, the results will tell.
One day of driving without a car per week “worries” a lot
Faridabad: The recent announcement by district authorities here to observe a car-free day once a week starting in October has left many district administration members worried as they have no idea how to implement it. work of the idea. While describing the proposed conduct as a good move to help the environment, sources within the district administration said that expecting officials and employees to follow the rule seems impractical. Arranging bicycles and using them to get to the office is difficult given the distance some employees have to travel to get to the office. The unavailability of bicycle lanes is another problem, the sources added. In addition, the majority of employees plan to use the bicycle to come and work below their social status.
Once bitten, twice shy
Jhajjar: Learning a lesson from the clash between police and farmers in Karnal, the district administration worked intelligently to appease protesting farmers during the recent visit of CM MP Dushyant Chautala. Farmers wanted to wave black flags in protest against farm laws, but the administration prevented them from reaching the site. When the farmers tried to remove the barricades, it only allowed 15 members to reach near the site. This pacified the farmers and avoided a possible confrontation.
Jute bags from self-help groups rented
Jhajjar: Jute bags made by Self-Help Groups (SHG) caught public attention when Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala applauded them and called on the Deputy Commissioner to introduce a program to ensure the use of jute bags in government offices. Dushyant, during a visit to an exhibition organized by SHG at Nehru Government College, said that the jute bags would give a different identity to the district at the state level and at the national level. Sirsa BJP MP Sunita Duggal also praised the efforts of SHGs and encouraged them to continue their work to become atmanirbhar.
Contributed by: Deepender Deswal, Bijender Ahalwat, Ravinder Saini and Nitish Sharma