Haryana: Government of Haryana to Establish Government Medical School in Name of Guru Tegh Bahadur in Yamunanagar | Gurgaon News

AMBALA: Chief Minister of Haryana (CM) Manohar Lal Khattar, while addressing the congregation during the celebration of the 400th Parkash Purb (birth anniversary) of Guru Tegh Bahadur in Panipat on Sunday, announced the establishment of a government medical college in the name of the ninth Guru at Panjupur village in Yamunanagar district.
In his address, CM Manohar said, “We have announced the establishment of new medical colleges. Accordingly, we have decided to establish a medical college on about 60 acres of land donated by the people of Panjupur village in Yamunanagar and it will be named after Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji.The foundation stone of this medical school will be laid in the next three months.
When contacted, the lawyer for Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) Chairman, Harjinder Singh, said: “It is good if the state government establishes a medical school in the name of the ninth Guru Sahib But Haryana should also correct the wrongdoings of the former Congress government to set up a separate body of gurdwara for Haryana thus dividing the Sikh community The government should also fulfill other announcements made to Sikhs of Haryana.
Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (HSGMC) Chairman, Baljit Singh Daduwal said, “We appreciated the decision of the Government of Haryana to establish a medical college in the name of the Ninth Guru in Yamunanagar and to ‘Having Organized State Level Event to Celebrate Ninth Guru’s 400th Parkash Purb.’
According to reports, the government of Haryana has already completed the process of acquiring about 160 panchayati kanal 12 marla land (about 20 acres) from Panjupur village and it has been notified for lease on behalf of the health department of Haryana for a period of 99 years. . About 20 acres of panchayati land, which was used for agricultural purposes, has been donated to the state government by Panjupur village panchayat and the government may acquire more private agricultural land to meet the needs of the medical college .
Panjupur village, Sarpanch Suman said: “About 160 land of kanal 12 marla has been donated to the state government by the village panchayat. The land was selected by the government and the panchayat decided to donate the Same thing at medical school.
Jagadhri Block and Panchayat Development Officer (BDPO) Dinesh Kumar said, “This panchayat land (approximately 160 kanal) in Panjupur village has already been transferred/notified on behalf of Haryana Health Department .”
Nothing concrete was done on the announcement of the establishment of Guru Gobind Singh University (GGSU)
During the congregational celebration of the 350th Parkash Purb of the Tenth Sikh Master, Guru Gobind Singh, Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar during his first term at the state level organized by the state government at Karnal on February 12, 2017 , had announced the establishment of Guru Gobind Singh University (GGSU) in a district in the north of the state.
“We welcome the decision of the government of Haryana to establish a medical school in the name of the ninth Sikh Guru. But the establishment of GGSU was also part of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) election manifesto of the year 2014 on page No. 99, but it has been more than five years since CM Khattar’s announcement in Karnal, but nothing concrete is done in this direction,” Haryana Sikh Forum (HSF) Chairman Jasdeep Singh asserted. Bedi from Ambala.
According to the 2014 BJP election manifesto, it is mentioned that the GGSU will be established in North Haryana at Panchkula/Ambala.
Jasdeep Singh said: “The BJP won the 2014 elections by winning the Sikh votes with the promise to establish the GGSU in Haryana and the 2019 elections, based on the 2017 promise of the GGSU in Karnal by Haryana CM. BJP government in Haryana forgot to implement their GGSU related announcement.”

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