Proposal for equipping revenue institutions on anvil: FC
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 14: Financial Commissioner, Revenue, Pramodh Jain has impressed upon revenue officers to work with zeal and devotion for providing succour to the people at grassroots.
He urged the officers to reach out to people so that their grievances are redressed and problems solved.
The FC, according to an official statement, said the department of revenue has to play an important role not only in developmental activities but also mitigate people’s problems.
The FC emphasised for maintaining complaints and suggestion boxes at all Tehsil Head Quarters and bring these into the notice of concerned Deputy Commissioners on monthly basis.
He was addressing the revenue officers at Srinagar today. Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir Dr. Asgar H Samoon was also present on the occasion.
With a view to bring more efficiency and further strengthening the responsive mechanism in the revenue department at various levels, the Financial Commissioner said various measures aimed at record keeping, efficient working of revenue department and improvement in its working system at district level as well as Tehsil level, preparation of land revenue records, timely girdawaries, the speedy disposal of revenue court cases, issuance of state subject certificates, computerization of revenue records, implementation of Roshni Act and completion of settlement work were discussed threadbare in the meeting.
Jain directed that there should be no laxity in the attestation of mutations, issuance of PRC and other certificates and conducting of timely girdawaries. He asked for immediate disposal of pending cases and attestation of pending mutations adding that early and good disposal of pending court cases is need of the hour.
Jain asked the Tehsildars and other senior officers for conducting tours of their respective areas to assess the ground situation adding that inspection of offices should also be conducted.
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