DC reviews performance of circle revenue officers

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DW BUREAU / PATIALA Deputy Commissioner Sandeep Hans, while reviewing the performance of the circle revenue officers of Patiala district, today, directed them to dispose of their pending cases of land partition, demarcation, Mutations and Nambardari in a timely manner besides their general duty. He said though spread of Covid-19 has hampered the routine work but now we should work in full swing to dispose of the pending works related to land records and revenue department. The Deputy Commissioner asked the Revenue officials to ensure that the information of their respective court cases is updated on the Revenue Court Management System as well. He asked the District Revenue Officer Mukesh Kumar to display the agenda of the forthcoming monthly revenue meeting electronically on the screen of the projector in the meeting hall instead of using papers. He directed the SDMs, tehsildars, naib tehsildars of Patiala, Rajpura, Samana, Patran, Nabha and Dudhan Sadhan and Naib Tehsildars of the sub-tehsils falling under these sub divisons to ensure that the general public do not face any difficulty in the routine works related to the Revenue Department. He said that as per the instructions of Chief Minister S. Charanjit Singh Channi to not to allow any inconvenience to the people visiting government offices, should be followed in principle. Sandeep Hans directed the Revenue Officers to look into the pending Mutation Cases, Crop Damage Assessment Report, Validation of Jamabandis, Enquiries, and Complaints of Senior Citizens to Maintenance Tribunal, Panchayat Election Appeals, Demarcations, Pattitions, Non-Encumbrance Certificates Applications and Revenue Recoveries. Prominent amongst others who were present in the meeting included Additional Deputy Commissioner (Urban Development) Gautam Jain, Additional Deputy Commissioner (G) Gurpreet Singh Thind, SDM Patiala Charanjit Singh, SDM Samana Swati Tiwana, SDM Rajpura Sanjeev Kumar, SDM Nabha Kannu Garg. (editor@dailyworld.in)




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