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    The state of Haryana is planning to introduce a new law to help families quickly resolve land disputes that have been stuck in court for years. The Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar, announced this plan and also said that they are working on a plan for 100 villages that have not yet been developed.

    The government is focusing on boosting the economic and industrial sectors of the state, with Gurugram being an example of the success they aim to achieve. Many companies have their offices there, and Faridabad district is also growing rapidly due to its proximity to Jewar airport. Hisar airport will soon resume operations, which will also help the district’s progress.

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    Panchkula district is in a central location and has the advantage of Chandigarh airport. The government has reduced rates to attract developers and promote economic growth in the area. The Chief Minister emphasized that strengthening the grievance redress mechanism is a top priority for the government, and they are working to make maximum use of technology to achieve this goal.

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