+ Haryana Government and Policies
Like all other states of India, the head of the state of Haryana is the Governor , appointed by the President of India . His or her post is largely ceremonial and the Chief Minister is the head of the state government and is vested with most of the executive powers. Haryana's legislature is unicameral, i.e., it has one house - the Haryana Legislative Assembly, consisting of 90 members. Haryana has 5 seats in the Rajya Sabha and 10 in the Lok Sabha , India's national parliament. The key political players in Haryana are the Indian National Lok Dal , Bhartiya Janata Party and the ruling Indian National Congress . The present political scenario of the state is clear and it has a stable government under Bhupinder Singh Hooda from Rohtak , who is presently the C.M. of the state
Social Justice and Empowerment
Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, Haryana, is implementing a number of welfare schemes for different sections of the society. Therefore, the functioning of the department is citizen centric. To strengthen Government to Citizen (G2C) services, a dynamic web site containing useful information has been developed to enable the public to access the required information about various schemes on any time and any where basis. It will further improve information delivery system at different levels of administration and efficiency of the office.
The establishment of the institutions of Lokayukta is part of an ongoing effort to provide clean, transparent and accountable government to the people. Lokayukta today are the institutional manifestations of the need to provide a quasi-judicial body, which would act as a watchdog to pinpoint wrong doings of the administration, look into complaints of the victims of corrupt elements and suggest measures to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of our Government. Lokayuktas have been unearthing corruption cases, recommending measures to redress grievances of the people and above all, acting as a much needed safety valve to release the bottled up pressure of aggrieved citizens, which, if allowed to accumulate, would put a question mark on the credibility of our administrative apparatus. The very existence of a Lokayukta helps to generate a feeling of assurance among the public at large, that they have a mechanism to fall back upon when faced with corrupt public servants.
Contact Information :
Address - Lokayukta, Haryana New Secretariat Haryana , Room No 232 , 2nd Floor Sector-17 ,Chandigarh . Phone - 0172-2713996, 2713758 Extn: 294 ,286, 333 .
Email Address - firstname.lastname@example.org
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