It has been 55 years since Haryana was separated from Punjab. At the same time, after spending so long, Haryana has started the process of removing the word 'Punjab' from its laws.
Nearly 55 years after the formation of a separate state, Haryana has started the process of removing the word 'Punjab' from its laws. The state government has constituted a committee on the initiative of State Assembly Speaker Gyan Chand Gupta to remove the word 'Punjab' from around 237 Acts.
On September 24, State Assembly Speaker Gyan Chand Gupta had a meeting with the state government officials and officials of the Assembly Secretariat in this regard. The state government has told the Haryana Assembly Secretariat that the committee will submit its report to the state chief secretary Vijay Vardhan within a month.
An order issued by Vardhan said, "The people of the state are demanding changes in the laws and adding Haryana name". Includes the word '.
It is noteworthy that under Punjab Reorganization Act, Haryana was formed as a separate state on November 1, 1966, after being cut from undivided Punjab.