Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday said his administration will execute the model received by earthy person Balbir Singh Seechewal for resuscitating the heavenly Kali Bein, a stream of the Beas in Punjab, in Haryana towns to check water contamination.
Amid a visit to Sultanpur Lodhi where the creek streams, Khattar said the Seechewal show appeared to be most appropriate for cleaning the Saraswati, the legendary waterway which his administration has resuscitated as of late by streaming water into water in its assumed course. Khattar applauded Seechewal for spurring villagers to pivot a dirtied current.
"The Seechewal model is extremely conservative and should be executed the nation over to bolster the focal government's Clean India battle," he said. Reacting to a media inquiry on the Sutlej Yamuna Link (SYL) issue, Khattar said the matter is exceptionally 'delicate and critical for the administration". "This is an exceptionally old issue and both states comprehend it.
The matter is under the steady gaze of the Supreme Court and all states will need to acknowledge the summit court's decision in such manner," he said. On Punjab and Haryana's claim over Chandigarh as their sole state capital, Khattar said, "Both the states have been making claim over Chandigarh for quite a while. We will attempt to unravel the issue with shared comprehension."
On dampness cut being charged from paddy cultivators, he said it had ended up important to embrace this recipe as there used to be various grumblings with respect to cheating by mill operators and "arhtiyas" for the sake of dampness substance.
He said no cash was being charged from those ranchers whose products had dampness substance of up of to 17%. Amid his visit to Nirmal Kutiya at Sultanpur Lodhi, Khattar held a brief meeting with Seechewal before taking a pontoon ride on the Kali Bein. He likewise went to treatment plants wherein Seechewal, additionally an individual from the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB), clarified his model of cleaning the stream and introducing a minimal effort water treatment plant.