Tehsil office Bla continues to remain headless; people suffer
Baramulla, Aug 16: The Tehsil office Baramulla continues to remain headless causing huge inconvenience to hundreds of people intending to obtain different official documents from it.
Although Tehsildar Boniyar has been given the additional charge as Tehsildar Baramulla, locals allege that the official seldom attends the office, impeding the day to day work.
“The Tehsildar Baramulla achieved his age of superannuation on July 31 and so far no official has been permanently appointed at the vacant post. In the absence of the official, the office has become almost defunct with files piling up,” the locals allege.
“I have been running from pillar to post just to get my loan documents cleared at the Tehsil office, but due to the non-availability of the official, my documents are gathering dust” Rouf Ahmad said.
Many students who want to obtain income certificate for the recently launched scholarship programme told Greater Kashmir that they had been visiting the office from the past several days, but due to the absence of the official, they were facing inconvenience and were not able to get the document.
“From the past one week, I have been regularly visiting the office just to obtain the certificate, a requisite document for the scholarship, but as the document hasn’t been countersigned by the Tehsildar, I am not able to acquire it” said Feroz Ahmad, a student.
When contacted District Development Commissioner Baramulla, Bashir Ahmad Bhat said, “I have conveyed the deficiency to the higher ups and hope a new official will be appointed soon at the vacant post.”
“I have written to the state government and hope a new official will be appointed soon. Till that additional charge has been given to the Tehsildar Boniyar,” Deputy Commissioner Baramulla added.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 16 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 16 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 17 Aug 2011 00:00:00 IST
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