Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced on Tuesday that free tablets will be distributed to students in grades 11 and 12 across the state in the near future.
The government has planned to buy five lakh tablets, which would be distributed to pupils in Class 11 and 12 during the coming academic year. According to him, a total of Rs 560 crore will be spent on the tablets.
In the future, he said, the government plans to distribute tablets to pupils in other classrooms as well.
In addition, 15,000 tubewell connections will be distributed to farmers soon, according to Khattar. During a meeting of a high-power procurement committee, the process of purchasing power equipment worth Rs 350 crore was concluded.
According to an official announcement, these choices were made at a meeting in which Education Minister Kanwar Pal, Transport Minister Mool Chand Sharma, Power Minister Ranjit Singh Chautala, and Agriculture Minister J P Dalal were among those present.
Later, while speaking with reporters, the Chief Minister stated that fighting corruption is his government’s top priority.
In answer to queries about the suspected dental surgeon recruitment fraud, he stated that if any officer or employee is proven to be implicated in corruption, stern action will be taken against them.
According to the Chief Minister, anyone who receives information about corruption in jobs or departments should promptly report it to the State Vigilance Bureau.