Parivartan Scheme Launched In Haryana

The Haryana government launched Parivartan, a scheme designed to address 10 issues, including cleanliness and pollution, in 46 developmental blocks of the state. The scheme was launched by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar. The new initiative launched by the CM has been focused on the issues related to cleanliness and hygiene within Block levels in the state. The new scheme will be implemented in 46 blocks district wise to help resolve 10 selected and pre-determined issues.

The government will also assess the performance of the selected officials on the set parameters from each of the selected 10 fields. The new initiative has been taken with an aim to ensure that the people of the state are able to get all benefit of introduced government policies and schemes on time. The CM has also stated that for each of the selected parameters the government will allocate 39 marks that will be distributed to over 38 parameters within the selected fields.

The government has stated that the new scheme will help in resolving issues related to profits within Swachh Bharat Mission, Agricultural sector & Better availability of Health care services. The 46 officers will undertake works in the 10 selected common fields and one field of their choice for each of the 10 fields, there are three to seven parameters on which the performance of the officers would be assessed. These parameters include making a 10 km-long stretches accident free, one town or mahagram stray cattle free, ensuring delivery of caste certificates to all school students and ensuring charge sheets are filed in all FIRs of heinous crime.

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