RAMBAN, Sept 18: Chairperson of Jammu & Kashmir Waqf Board, Dr Darakhshan Andrabi toured Ramban district and inspected many properties and assets of J&K Waqf Board at Ramban and Banihal areas, here today.
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Accompanied by Deputy Commissioner of Ramban, Mussarat Islam, Dr Darakhshan Andrabi interacted with many public delegations and discussed Waqf management related issues with them. The Waqf Board Chairperson thanked the Deputy Commissioner for his assurance to help the Board in ground verification of the status of assets so that a faultless digital record base is created in the district.
“Waqf assets in Chenab valley have suffered a lot during past decades and we have decided to formulate a potent action plan to make Waqf properties and assets in the valley productive,” said Dr Darakhshan. She said that due to the negligence and faulty management of the earlier administrations, Waqf properties and assets have suffered a huge loss and we are committed to correct the faults so that no scope for any such mismanagement remains in the system.
“Physical verification of the assets and the digitization of records will be done soon with the help of the district administration and we will ensure that each and every property is converted into a productive unit,” said Waqf Board Chairperson.
Mudassir Iqbal, the Administrator of the Waqf Board also accompanied the Chairperson. Dr Andrabi thanked Chairperson of Municipal Committee Ramban, Sunita Devi for her support and help to Waqf Board. BJYM General Secretary of Ramban Rakesh Kumar and other District level officers of various departments also met Dr Andrabi.
Later, the Chairperson presided over a meeting with the Waqf staff and the Imams of the district. “We assure the public of J&K that the mistrust of the public for the Board will soon die down as Waqf is destined to flourish beyond all expectations of everybody,” said Dr Darakhshan.