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    Rohtak village sarpanch backs e-tendering move

    Rohtak, Haryana- The sarpanch of Jassia village, Om Prakash Hooda has backed the government’s move to implement the e-tendering regime. He has advised the sarpanches to engage in businesses or make films to make money instead of using politics as a means of making money. This statement comes at a time when the Haryana government is promoting e-tendering as an effective way of reducing corruption in government projects and procurement.

    Hooda said, “In our village, we have been fighting corruption for a long time, and I believe that the state government’s move to implement the e-tendering regime will help us fight it effectively. The transparency and accountability that comes with e-tendering will reduce the scope for corruption and increase transparency in the tendering process.”

    The Jassia village panchayat and the locals have also supported the state government’s decision to implement the e-tendering regime. “We are committed to ensuring that government projects are executed with the highest level of transparency and accountability, and e-tendering will help us achieve that,” said Hooda.

    The state government has recently launched an e-tendering platform, which is aimed at reducing corruption and improving transparency in the tendering process. The platform enables the government to conduct online tenders for various projects, reducing the scope for corruption and increasing the speed of the tendering process.

    The Haryana government has also launched a drive to train sarpanches and panchayat members on the use of the e-tendering platform. The training is aimed at ensuring that the sarpanches and panchayat members are familiar with the use of the platform, which will help them implement the e-tendering regime effectively.

    Hooda said, “I am happy to report that the training has been successful, and many sarpanches and panchayat members have already started using the e-tendering platform. The platform is user-friendly, and I am confident that it will help us achieve our goal of reducing corruption in government projects and procurement.”

    The Haryana government has also launched a number of measures to reduce corruption and promote transparency in government projects. The state government has set up an anti-corruption bureau to investigate cases of corruption in government projects and procurement. The state government has also set up a vigilance department to monitor the implementation of government projects and to ensure that they are executed with the highest level of transparency and accountability.

    In conclusion, the Haryana government’s move to implement the e-tendering regime has received widespread support from the Jassia village panchayat, the locals, and Om Prakash Hooda. The move is aimed at reducing corruption and increasing transparency in government projects and procurement. The state government has launched a number of measures to ensure the successful implementation of the e-tendering regime, and it is expected to have a positive impact on the state’s development. The Haryana government’s drive to train sarpanches and panchayat members on the use of the e-tendering platform is a step in the right direction, and it is expected to help the state achieve its goal of reducing corruption and promoting transparency in government projects and procurement.

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