“Earlier, Haryana was known as information technology exporter state, but it was lagging behind in use of IT in the government offices. Not any more,” stated Haryana Finance Minister Capt. Abhimanyu on behalf of the Chief Minister M L Khattar at the Monsoon Session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha.
Haryana is among leading states with 96 per cent Aadhaar registration. Capt. Abhimanyu apprised the House that E-registration of all deeds and documents in Tehsils and Sub-Tehsils and digitalisation of land records is being done. All types of social security pensions have also been made online.
Besides, names of more than two lakh ineligible persons have been deleted from the old age pension scheme, C-Form has been made online for facilitating the traders. Previously, while over 1.75 lakh deeds are pending in Gurgaon, now there are only 2,000 such deeds, he stated.
It was also informed that an outline has been prepared to make 200 services of various departments online and 125 e-services have already been implemented. Auction of liquor vends of Excise and Taxation Department has been done through e-tendering. He said that the government has a plan to bring Rs 5916.07 crore of 73 schemes of 15 departments under DBT during the year 2016-17.
He said that the process of obtaining No Objection Certificate in Environment Department has been simplified. Earlier, 850 cases were pending, but during last one-and-a-half year, the Department has issued clearances within 30 to 40 days. He said that by making the services of Food and Supplies Department online, kerosene subsidy amounting to Rs 10.40 crore being taken illegally by ineligible 4.66 lakh beneficiaries, out of total 11.05 lakh beneficiaries, was stopped which would result in saving of Rs 125 crore annually.
Besides, e-tendering and e-auction mode have been implemented in all departments and boards from January 1, 2016. Facility of providing online information to all investors and accepting their applications was being done through Ease of Doing Business portal.