Furnish Farde Raftaar, conduct field inspection: Div Com to Revenue officers
Srinagar, Sep 23: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Abdul Majid Mir on Friday asked the Revenue officers to furnish their Farde Raftaar (Calendar of Inspections) and conduct regular field checks.
Chairing a meeting here, Abdul Majid Mir issued instructions to the Revenue officers including Tehsildars and Naib Tehsildars asking them to regularly visit the villages falling in their jurisdiction and oversee the working of the Patwari, as per standing order No. 22 with regard to conduct of Girdawari (inspection of harvesting) and also to submit their Farde Raftaar. He directed them to furnish weekly statements of their inspection reports through their respective Deputy Commissioners.
The Divisional Commissioner urged upon the Revenue officials to work with dedication and zeal and ensure that the difficulties of the general people are redressed expeditiously.
He also reviewed the progress of four lanning of Jammu-Srinagar Express way, Islamabad (Anantnag)-Simthen and Srinagar-Leh roads and directed NHAI and Beacon authorities to take possession of the land that has already been acquired by the collectors immediately after the paddy crops are harvested.
The Divisional Commissioner was informed that the progress of work on the land acquisition for Railways was almost complete and the impediments would be cleared within the shortest period of time.
He was told that the widening of road in Ladakh region was being carried out by Chief Engineer Project, Vijayak and there were no impediments.
The Divisional Commissioner directed that land acquisition cases of National Highway and other important roads as well as Railway projects be expedited and bottlenecks removed forthwith. He advised PHE and PDD to immediately ensure shifting of utilities so that the Projects could be completed in time.
The meeting was attended by Deputy Commissioner Kulgam, Farooq Ahmed Khan, Additional DC Srinagar, Muhammad Akbar Ganai, Additional DC Islamabad (Anantnag), Nissar Ahmed, Project Director National Highway Authority of India, (NHAI) Colonel N Kamlendra Singh, Deputy Chief Engineer, Northern Railways, Ishwar Chand, Assistant Commissioners (Revenue) Srinagar, Pulwama, Budgam, Kupwara, Leh, Ganderbal, Kulgam, Shopian, Baramulla, Bandipora, Islamabad (Anantnag) and Sub Divisional Magistrates (SDMs) of Uri, Sopore, Khaltsi & Gurez, besides Commandant Project Beacon.
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