Majra AIIMS: 10 acres of registry left: Rao Inderjit said – Haryana is the third state, where 2-2 AIIMS, the first is in Badsa, Jhajjar

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Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh, who arrived as the chief guest in the [email protected] seminar organized on Friday at KLP College on Delhi Road in Rewari city of Haryana, has given a big statement about the AIIMS to be built in Majra, Rewari. The Union Minister informed that out of 200 acres of land, 190 acres of land has been registered in the name of the government. Now only 10 acres of land is left, whose registry will also be done very soon.

The Union Minister said that Haryana is the third state in the country, where there are two AIIMS each. The first one has been built in Badsa of Jhajjar district many years ago and now AIIMS will also be built in Majra of Rewari. Earlier it has happened in Jammu and Kashmir, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The first announcement to set up AIIMS was made in Manethi. Those who earlier used to say that we will get it built, we give land, they kept us in the dark.

When the Indian government team reached from Delhi, it came to know that this land is a forest area. Together they brought the NGT order. Now in such a situation, who can go against the Supreme Court and NGT, but at that time the people of Majra played an important role in the most project of the area and gave 200 acres of land. Now the work of land registry is going on and as soon as this work is completed, the construction work of the institute will be started.

Earlier government used to spend word of mouth

Rao Inderjit Singh said that the earlier government used to spend word-of-mouth, but our party’s government gave one rank-one pension to the ex-servicemen. On the question of the plight of Indira Gandhi Vishwavidyalaya, Rewari, Rao Inderjit Singh said that people struggled a lot to get the university built from the regional center. In view of other universities of the state, step-motherly treatment is being done with Indira Gandhi University.

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