“We are working on a plan to develop industries based on traditional arts in each block and several demands have been received from Mewat, including making the area a transport hub,” said Dushyant, while addressing the Eid and Shivratri meeting at Ferozepur Jhirka. “Cluster-wise MSMEs would be promoted in the seven blocks of Mewat, this would increase employment opportunities for the local youth. Along with this, Mewat will also be developed in the field of IT.”
To improve the conditions of roads in Mewat, the government would spend Rs 300 crore. “The amount will be spent on the state highway from Sohna to Rajasthan border and the construction of Punhana-Sikrawa Road among other projects. We are trying to empower the people of Mewat by strengthening the infrastructure,” he said.
While announcing the long-pending demand of a college in Jhirka, the deputy CM assured people that it will be constructed soon. “The earmarking of land by the agriculture department has been completed and the construction work of the college will start within this year. The transfer of land to the education department will take place at the earliest.”
Moreover, a community hall would be constructed in Ferozepur Jhirka to promote Hindu-Muslim brotherhood, he added.