Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday carried out a surprise inspection of welfare centers in Kharkali and Sataundi villages, Yogshala in Rasin village and Sanskriti Model Government School in Gharaunda Assembly constituency and provided an update on the arrangements.
Interacting with the villagers, the Chief Minister said that to provide better health facilities to the people of the state, the state government has set up wellness centres, Yogshalas, at the village level . The institutions where the requirement of yoga teachers and dieticians is required will soon be completed so that they can stay healthy by attending yoga and meditation classes in these centers.
Speaking to the media after the inspection, the chief minister said there was a competition among students to enroll in model Sanskriti schools. Now, provision has been made in these schools to provide the best education even compared to private schools, he added. So far, 138 model Sanskriti schools have been opened in the state and plans will also be made to expand these schools in the future. Apart from studying on the digital board in these schools, similar private and CBSE school facilities are also being made available in these schools, the Chief Minister said.
Considering all these facilities, about 2.5 lakh children have been enrolled in the model Sanskriti schools run across the state and the number is constantly increasing, Khattar added. Responding to another question, he said as many as 650 Yogshalas have been opened in the state, with the aim of providing better health facilities to the common man. Now, the state government will soon recruit about 1000 yoga teachers.