UDHAMPUR, Oct 21: Principal Secretary to Government Revenue Department, Dr Pawan Kotwal today chaired a meeting of the officers and officials of Revenue departments to review the progress achieved under Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme and Jamabandi writing in the district.
Detailed discussion were held on various issues regarding progress of writing of Jamabandies, Land acquisition cases, progress of attestation of pending mutations, eviction of encroachments on State land, progress of inspection of revenue records, Gurdwara Prabandh Committee Election, status of electoral roll, Updation of electoral roll, maintenance of various registers at Patwari level and issuance of Domicile certificates were reviewed in detail.
Deputy Commissioner, Dr Piyush Singla gave a brief presentation about various sectors.
Assistant Commissioner Revenue (ACR) Viqar Giri gave power point presentation and highlighted the profile of District Udhampur. He apprised that Jamabandies of 369 out of 396 villages have been completed and the rest 27 are under process and at different stages. The ACR also gave tehsilwise detail of Jamabandies. He further informed that the Revenue department has transferred 8471 kanal state land to industrial estate, expunged illegal entries of 44862 kanal Kahcharai, state land and water bodies land. He also raised issue of non availability of Government vehicles with Tehsildar, Non availability of govt building for patwar khanas and residential accommodation.
He also detailed the progress of documents scanned, status of mutations, land transferred for various projects. The ACR also detailed about the progress of revenue documents scanned. Dr Kotwal appreciated the efforts of Revenue department for the progress of Jamabandies and updation of Revenue records in a record time. Dr Kotwal said that the citizen will get computerized land documents and with this Jamabandies will be updated automatically.
He emphasized to expedite the Updation process of Jamabandies as per the targets. He also inspected the Jamabandies of few villages.