3533 land passbooks issued
JAMMU, Dec 4: Multifarious activities were held across all the Municipal areas of Jammu district on the concluding day of the ongoing “Jan Abhiyan Shehri”- a prelude to ambitious My Town My Pride Programme 2.0
On the last day of the ‘Shehri Jan Abhiyan’ awareness cum training programmes, plantation drives, special sanitation drives and other activities were conducted by the line departments across all Municipal areas of the district.
Several development works were started and on the site inspection was conducted at various locations in Akhnoor township. The MTMP will be held in Akhnoor at Community Hall Kameshwar Temple.
Sanitation drive, distribution of property cards, awareness camps were held in MC Rs Pura, where the MTMP will be held in the Govt. Higher Secondary School.
The MC Khour conducted sports activities, sanitation drive, Awareness on home composting etc and its going to organise MTMP near its office.
At MC Arnia, the day witnessed activities ranging from an anti littering awareness drive besides departmental awareness drive in different locations of the area.
At MC Gho Manhasa campaigns against anti-littering, inspection of ongoing works and modalities for formulating MTMP 2.0 plan were held during the Jan Abhiyan Shehri. The MTMP will be held at Middle School Gho Manhasan.
At MC Jourian, mega camp was organized wherein stalls of health, social welfare, tourism, Ayush etc were installed where awareness was imparted among the general public about the schemes and programmes of the departments. The MTMP will be held in the Govt High School Jourian.
At MC Bishnah, an awareness camp where Health, Social Welfare, Revenue and other departments installed their stalls to educate people about welfare schemes and programmes offered by the departments. The MTMP will be held at Kabir Temple Bishnah.
As part of Jan Abhiyan under My Town My Pride, a public outreach camp was today organised at Kheora on the directions of Deputy Commissioner Rajouri, Vikas Kundal.
The event was presided over by the Assistant Commissioner Revenue Rajouri, Imran Rashid Kataria.
During the public outreach program, the locals apprised the ACR about a number of issues and demands of their areas. After giving a patient hearing to the issues projected on the occasion, the ACR assured that immediate corrective measures will be taken to resolve the genuine demands of the public in a phased manner.
Highlighting the online services provided by the Revenue Department, he informed the participants that now the people can apply online for character certificate, income and asset certificate for economically weaker sections, income certificate, marriage certificate, OBC/RBA/ALC/IB certificate, legal heir certificate, Pahari speaking certificate, property certificates etc. He appealed to the public to avail the benefits of these services.
The public was also sensitized about how to search and view copies of Scanned data online on CIS Portal-http://landrecords.jk.gov.in/ which includes Jamabandis, Girdawaris, Masavis and Mutations etc and were motivated to use the system to access their land records online.
The ACR also laid emphasis upon the officers to maintain close coordination with the public representatives to resolve the people’s issues timely.
Meanwhile, the Jan Abhiyan Shehri activities ended on a spirited note in Kathua as Stakeholder Departments made all out efforts to achieve their targets during the 7 day campaign which was a preparatory phase before the launch of second edition of ‘My Town My Pride’.
The Jan Abhiyan Shehri was an action-packed programme which involved the majority of the departments of the government that have identified development deliverables to saturate in this week-long campaign having critical importance to the public. The campaign was aimed at focusing on youth, skills, self-employment, good governance, and ULBs along with “Nasha Mukt and Rozgar Yukt J&K”.
During the seven day outreach campaign a total of 156 awareness camps were held for saturation of all schemes viz PMAY-U, DAY-NUPM, SVANidhi, AMRIT2.0 and SBM-U
Under Door to Door awareness campaign under Single Use Plastic a total of 1956 household, commercial units covered across 6 Municipalities in the district. Besides 155 CSC camps were also organised to provide e-services to the urban populace in Kathua district
Under one of the key deliverable identified for Jan Abhiyan Shehri, a total of 134 people were provided Self Employment during the campaigns with the active participation of Departments and Banks
During the five days of the campaign a total of 3533 Land Passbooks were also issued to the land owners besides 1201 Golden Cards were also given to the beneficiaries.