A step ahead in its e-Governance plans, Haryana state is soon to develop new software that it claims would help monitoring legislators and keep an eye on developmental projects and their status online.
With the help of this software, works of all Haryana MLAs (Member of Legislative Assembly) will be uploaded on the state government's website and anybody can easily access to it.
Currently similar software is being developed in Andhra Pradesh to access the constituency profile of MLAs and the works done in their respective constituencies.
“The software would help to upload details like the developmental projects, their status, funds approved and money already spent on the projects,” Haryana Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Sharma said.
Besides there would be other information regarding the constituency like number of power connections, ration card holders, population, sex ratio and number of BPL families.
Sharma said that each MLA would get its own website and all information will be available there.
Relevant information about schools, the number of students and teachers, health institutions, veterinary institutions and staff and other infrastructure would also be available online.
“This initiative would bring transparency in the system and keep a check on corruption. MLAs can also check the status of any project online and send their queries to officials concerned through e-mails,” Sharma stated.