Kishtwar: Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar, Ashok Sharma, today chaired an orientation programme for revenue staff besides reviewed the functioning of the Department here at an officers’ meeting.
Additional Deputy Commissioner, Pawan Parihar; Sub Divisional Magistrate Chatroo, Inderjeet Parihar; Sub Divisional Magistrate Paddar Varunjeet Singh Charak, Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Dr. Amir Hussain; Sub Divisional Magistrate, Marwah, Dr. Moshin Raza besides all Tehsildars, Naib Tehsildars and patwaries attended the meeting.
The DC took detailed review of various issues which included the progress and deposition of Jamabandis, Parat Patwar, Parat Sarkar, Girdawaries, attestation of mutations, progress on eviction of encroachment from government, Kahcharai, Common and forest land and scanning of revenue record.
The Girdawars and NTs were directed to submit the pending Jamabandi Partals within a week along with the completion certificate.
It was informed in the meeting that out of 156 Girdawaries, 86 are in progress and 70 are pending , besides out of the 12,82,289 pages about 11,87,484 pages have been scanned and checked. March 31, 2021 was set as deadline for completion and deposition of Jamabandies, Parat Patwar/Parat Sarkar and Girdawaries.
While reviewing the progress on removal of encroachments, the DC exhorted upon the Tehsildars to retrieve the encroached land and keep a strict vigil on further encroachments.
He also reviewed the progress on targets of removal of encroachment on 200 Kanal land assigned to each Naibat during the last meeting, and directed the Tehsildars/Naib Tehsildars to meet the target and ensure submit the photographs and copy of Roznamcha.
All the Tehsildars were further asked to attest the inheritance and other mutations within the stipulated timeline to avoid inconvenience to the people.
Orientation of revenue staff was also conducted by DC. They were asked to follow the set norms in letter and spirit and establish a grievances redress cell in their respective offices for disposal of public grievances.
The DC also asked the heads of department to hoist National flag on all government buildings as per the protocols and set procedure.
He further asked the Tehsildars to identify the ponds, springs and other water bodies in their jurisdiction for their maintenance and development.
The ADC was asked to co-ordinate with the CMO and chalk out a plan for 100% vaccination of the targeted masses and sensitise the PRIs and the persons above 45 years of age for vaccination and following COVID-19 appropriate behaviour.
To ensure the punctuality and transparent services delivery, the SDMs and Tehsildars were exhorted upon to check the attendance of the employees posted in their jurisdiction and report any case of absenteeism.
To ensure the universal coverage under PM-JAY SEHAT scheme, Tehsildars were asked to work in tandem with the BDOs, VLWs, AWWs, ASHAs and VLEs and chalk out the modalities for holding enrolment and awareness camps across the district.
With the resurgence of the COVID-19 in the JK UT ,it is necessary to revamp the Nakkas/check points at all the entry points of the district , he asked all the SDMs and Tehsildars.
While reviewing the progress under the RR plan, he directed the concerned Tehsildars to expedite the process of identification of the suitable state land for the construction of Schools at Arzi and rehabilitation of the affected families at Pakal area by 1st of April 2021.
Asking all the officers to devise a proper set up for redressing of public grievances within 15 days, he suggested them to utilize the Block Diwas and the online platform for effective disposal.
He further informed that district administration is soon going to start an online interface system for effective deliverance of public services at the door steps of the people.
To provide telecom services in Marwah area, the SDM was asked to expedite the work of installation of the mobile network towers to make these functional by 15th of April 2021.