Surajkund (Haryana), Feb 14 (PTI) Haryana Cabinet today decided to constitute a sub-committee of Council of Ministers to prepare a blue print of Integrated Dairy Complexes in all cities of the State.
The committee consists of Agriculture Minister Om Parkash Dhankhar, Urban Local Bodies Minister Kavita Jain and Minister of State for Cooperation Munish Kumar Grover.
The committee will submit its report within a month, an official spokesman said.
The Cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, also directed the Town and Planning Department to demarcate areas around the towns where dairy, fodder and vegetable market could be set up.
These units would be known as integrated dairying complex.
To implement the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) policy for areas adjacent to six metros in Haryana, a proposal of the Town and Country Department to amend the draft on the basis of suggestions received from public published on July 15, 2016 was also approved by the State Cabinet.
The amendment will be for cases such as an individual who applies for a licence in an institutional area in the TOD zone, would have to transfer to the government an equal area of land in a residential zone in the same development plan under Transferable Development Rights (TDR) policy, the spokesman said.
The government would utilize that land to set up institutions like colleges, hospitals, fire stations, power stations and police stations.
The amendment will help in effective implementation Policy for Innovative Financing of Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) projects, he said.
The amended policy will become applicable with immediate effect.
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