The unapproved colonies fulfilling the criteria upto 2009 were regularized earlier, the announcement of which was made at the Gohana rally organized by him. (Agencies)
Addressing a public gathering in Gurgaon, Hooda said that the state government had regularized many unapproved colonies but many still remained in Gurgaon which were required to be regularized for provision of basic amenities.
The Chief Minister said that the unapproved colonies developed upto 2009 which fitted into the parameters laid down by the government were regularized earlier and announcement to this effect was made in Gohana's ‘Shakti Rally’ of the Congress on November 10 last year.
He said that the aim is only to provide basic amenities to the people living there.
The Chief Minister also greeted people on ‘Lohri’ and ‘Makar Sakranti’ festivals and said that the state government would not leave any shortcomings in development of Gurgaon.
Referring to demands put up by Sports Minister Sukhbir Singh Kataria, Hooda said that he would like that the roads and parks to be named after freedom fighters as he himself belonged to the family of freedom fighters.
Later, Hooda visited the Chairman of Haryana Khadi and Village Industries Board, Rati Ram Choudhary, who is under treatment in Medanta hospital in Gurgaon.
The unapproved colonies fulfilling the criteria upto 2009 were regularized earlier, the announcement of which was made at the Gohana rally organized by him.