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Haryana govt appoints 14 new Chairmen and one Vice-Chairman of various Boards and Corporations

- Posted on 15 October 2020

Chandigarh, October 15 -(Kuldeep Chawla)- Haryana government has appointed 14 new Chairmen and one Vice-Chairman of various Boards and Corporations with immediate effect.

The newly appointed Chairmen include former MLA Mr. Subhash Barala as Chairman, Haryana Bureau of Public Enterprises, MLA Hodal, Mr. Jagdish Nayar as Chairman, Haryana Land Reclamation and Development Corporation, MLA Badshahpur, Mr. Rakesh Daulatabad as Chairman, Haryana Agro Industries Corporation Limited, MLA Barwala, Mr. Jogi Ram Sihag as Chairman, Haryana Housing Board, MLA Shahbad, Mr. Ramkaran as Chairman, Sugarfed and MLA Narwana, Mr. Ram Niwas as Chairman, Haryana Khadi and Village Industries Board.

While former Olympian, Ms. Babita Phogat of Charkhi Dadri has been appointed as Chairman, Haryana Women Development Corporation, Mr. Kailash Bhagat of district Kaithal has been appointed as Chairman, HAFED, Mrs. Nirmal Bairagi of district Karnal as Chairman, Haryana Backward Classes Welfare Corporation, Mr. Ram Niwas Garg of district Yamunanagar as Chairman, Haryana Vyapari Kalyan Board, Mr. Arvind Yadav of district Rewari as Chairman, Harco Bank, Mr. Mukesh Gaur of district Bhiwani as Chairman, Haryana Youth Commission and Mr. Pawan Kharkhoda of district Sonipat as Chairman, Haryana Scheduled Castes Finance and Development Corporation and Mr. Randhir Singh son of Mr. Ishwar Singh from Guhla has been appointed as Chairman, Haryana Dairy Development Co-Operative Federation Ltd.

Also, Mr. Dhuman Singh Kiramach of district Kurukshetra has been appointed as Vice-Chairman of Saraswati Heritage Board.

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