LAND RECORD INFORMATION SYSTEM | Revenue Commissioner asks DCs to submit complete info by Nov 20

Divisional Commissioners to ensure timeline adherence Revenue offices to be nodal points to help citizens access
LAND RECORD INFORMATION SYSTEM | Revenue Commissioner asks DCs to submit complete info by Nov 20
A grazing land in the picturesque tourist resort of Doodhpathri in Budgam district. [Image for representational purpose only]File: Mubashir Khan for Greater Kashmir

Jammu: All revenue offices - SDM Office, Tehsil, and Niabat, Block Development Offices, Panchayat Ghars and Common Service Centres (CSC) in J&K would be nodal points for providing citizens of J&K access to the Land Record Information System (LRIS).

These nodal points would facilitate access to land records and sensitize the citizens towards the LRIS facility in place.

In this connection, Revenue Commissioner Vijay Kumar Bidhuri directed all Tehsildars to furnish a certificate of the status of record available on the portal.

They would furnish the time period of which it is available and the missing records or the records not updated on the portal to the Deputy Commissioner (DC) concerned.

The DCs have been given a deadline of 20 November 2021 to submit this compiled statement of the district to the Administrative department by or before 20 November 2021 through e-office.

The Divisional Commissioners will ensure the adherence to the timeline by the DCs.

To improve online accessibility to the land records, the department has recently launched the Land Records Information System (Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani) that can be accessed on http://landrecords.jk.gov.in.

Bidhuri said that this was going to be a “tool of convenience to the citizens for obtaining other land-related online services which subsequently are going to be interlinked with the same”.

In the circular Bidhuri directed the DCs to ensure the setting up of suitable counters with dedicated staff at these nodal points.

“Sensitisation campaigns should be launched in the district for creating awareness regarding the online portal. The grievances of the citizens as lodged in the portal should be addressed by the DCs in a time-bound manner with appraisal to the Administrative department on a weekly basis,” Bidhuri said.

He said that all Tehsildars would mandatorily login to the portal, check the status of update of Jamabandi, Girdawari, Mutation and Mussavi of their respective jurisdictions.

“The Tehsildars should furnish a certificate of the status of record available on the portal, the time period of which is available, and the missing records or the records which have not been updated on the portal to the concerned DC. The DCs would share it with the Administrative department,” Bidhuri said. “The information provided should be Patwar Halqa-wise, duly signed by (name, designation and date) Patwari, Girdawar, Naib Tehsildar, Tehsildar and attested by SDM or ACR. The compiled statement of the district duly attested by concerned DC should reach the Administrative department by or before 20 November 2021 through e-office.”

He instructed that the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir and Jammu would “monitor as detailed” and ensure that the timeline was strictly adhered to by the DCs.

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