No one will be allowed to disturb peace: Haryana CM
Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that everyone has a right to present his views in a democratic set up but no one will be allowed to disturb peace and law and order situation in the state.
He was responding to a query of mediapersons regarding proposed protest by Yashpal Malik group regarding reservation issue during his visit at Rohat chowk in Sonipat on Monday. He said all their demands were accepted and issue regarding withdrawal of cases was concerned with the court.
When his attention was drawn towards former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's statement that cases against him were filed under conspiracy, the Chief Minister referred to a Bhagwad Gita shaloka and added that 'Jo Karega, So Bharega' (As you sow so shall you reap).
In reply to another question, he said that land acquisition has been started for widening of National Highway-334 B.
The Chief Minister on Monday inspected the road on riverbed near Rohat chowk, the site of accident happened recently. He directed the concerned authorities to make the bridge constructed on Rohat Chowk in a straight line. He asked them to prepare a blue print of the road keeping in view all technical aspects for safety of people. He said that road safety is a very big and serious issue for the present state government.
The Chief Minister said that direction have also been issued for repair of road. In order to protect Kharkhoda village coming on this route, instructions have been given to make a divider on the road so as to provide security to the villagers from entry of trucks running on this route. This will prevent entry of trucks in villages. Apart from this, Rs 2 crore have been sanctioned for repair of canal route and work would be started very soon.
Paying rich tributes to the brave martyrs of the State who were killed in Pakistan firing, he said that their last rites would be performed with full state honour.