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Ensure justice through timely delivery of services: Veeri to Revenue Officers

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RAJOURI, APRIL 09: Minister for Revenue, Haj & Auqaf and Parliamentary Affairs, Abdul Rehman Veeri today asked the Officers/Officials of Revenue Department to widen their role and perform dutieswith an objective to provide justice to the people. He said your actions must lead you in making a positive contribution towards the society.
The Minister said this while chairing the Revenue Conference of Poonch and Rajouri districts, here today.
The conference was also attended by MLA Rajouri, Ch Qamar Hussain.
Financial Commissioner Revenue, Lokesh Jha, Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Hemant Sharma, Deputy Commissioner Rajouri, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary, Deputy Commissioner Poonch, Mohamad Aijaz, Custodian Jammu, Mushtaq Ahmad Malik, Special Officer Auqaf, Raj Mohammed, ADCs, ACRs, SDM’s, Tehsildars and other Revenue officials of both the district attended the conference.
During the conference, the DCs of both the districts gave brief overview of the functioning of Revenue Department and apprised the Minister about the performance of Revenue department in providing revenue related services to the people and efforts taken to improve its functioning.
The conference was apprized district wise about the status of Jamabandi, attestation of mutations, progress on eviction of encroach state land,  progress under digitization of land record project, status of land acquisition cases, rescue, evacuation of border residents during cross border firing, relief & rehabilitation measures for CBF victims, status of SRO 43 cases, public grievance redressal mechanism, details of special revenue camps organized to deliver services to people, status of issuance of PRCs & other certificates, status of revenue court cases and details of DPCsconducted in the district.
DC Rajouri, Dr. Shahid Iqbal Choudhary requested the Minister to award revenue employees those who have done excellent job while evacuating people during cross border firing and for their efforts in retrieving the encroached state land.
Addressing the Revenue officers, the Minister stressed on timely delivery of service to the people. “Do not let the people move from one office to other for redressal of their issues or getting revenue related services,” he said adding that they should be provided justice in time bound manner.
While discussing the efforts of the department to retrieve the encroached state land, the Minister directed the officers to conduct field visit regularly and to maintain the land record on real time basis.
To make the presence of the department among the people, the Minister stressed for visiting on ground before doing intekal/girdawari to ensure its authenticity on ground. He said by doing this exercise, you will be able to resolve the peoples issue there only.
With regard to the status of disposal of revenue cases, the Minister said that all such cases need focused attention so that are dispose of in timely manner and justice is delivered to people.
Reviewing the progress of digitization of land records under Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme (DILRMP) in both the districts, the Minister sought the details of the projects form Regional Director, Survey & Land Records. He was asked to speed up the process so that be completed in time.
Veeri also asked DCs to review the progress under DILRMP on monthly basis to further give push to the entire process.
The Minister also reviewed the progress of Land Acquisition Cases in the districts and was informed about the status with amount received and disbursed to the land owners as compensation. He asked the DCs not to delay the disbursal process and to provide payment to the people as soon they received form the indenting department.


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Rasheed asks govt to involve militant leadership into dialogue process

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Srinagar, June 25: Asking Delhi to give up its rhetoric and double standards, AIP President Er Rasheed has said that time is ripe for Delhi to accept ground realities and realize that there is no shortcut to the resolution of Kashmir dispute except respecting sentiments and sacrifices of people of Jammu and Kashmir and resolving the issue as per UN resolutions.

In a statement issued on Tuesday Er Rasheed said that on an occasion when Home Minister Amit Shah is visiting Kashmir, he needs to move beyond beaten tracks.

Er Rasheed said, “If Hurriyat is showing its willingness for talks it should not be seen as their weakness but as an opportunity to find an everlasting resolution to the internationally recognized dispute.”

 

“Both Delhi and Hurriyat leadership must restrain from imposing any pre-conditions for entering into dialogue process,” he said.

“Those trying to see Hurriyat’s willingness for talks as their weakness are living in fool’s paradise as Hurriyat is the custodian of sacrifices and represents sentiments and sacrifices of people of J&K,” he added.

Er Rasheed added that the muscular policy has failed in the past when inhuman operations like catch and kill and operation tiger were tested on unarmed Kashmiris.

He said, “All the stakeholders must understand that J&K dispute is a political one and finding any military resolution will never succeed.”

“It is time to give up ego and involve militant leadership into the meaningful dialogue process and resolve the issue once for all,” said Er Rasheed.

“Without taking militant leadership on board Hurriyat may not be able to deliver much. All the three parties including militant leadership must help in creating a conducive atmosphere for the meaningful dialogue,” he said.

Er Rasheed urged Amit Shah to move beyond official briefing which he may get from state administration and security agencies and urged Shah to ensure that security forces are made accountable and honour and dignity of masses is restored.

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Congress strong enough to overcome challenges: Mir

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Srinagar, Jun 25: The Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) held an important party meeting of Ex. Ministers & Ex. Legislators to debate and discuss the socio-political scenario obtaining in Jammu and Kashmir.

The party also held detailed discussions over the organization affairs and activities in JK, emphasizing the leadership to further strengthen the Party at grass roots level.

The meeting was presided over by JKPCC President G.A. Mir.

 

Those who attended the meeting included senior party leaders Peerzada Mohd. Sayeed, Taj Mohi U Din, Ghulam Nabi Monga, Haji Abdul Rashid Dar, Usman Majeed, Mohd Amin Bhat, Shoiab Nabi Lone, Gulzar Ahmad Wani, Bashir Ahmad Magrey, Syed Bashir, Abdul Rehman Dar and others.

JKPCC President held threadbare discussions over the organizational affairs and activities, emphasizing the leadership to further strengthen the Party from grass roots level.

On this occasion G.A. Mir said Congress Party is a vibrant situation in all the three regions, fully capable to overcome the challenges and strong enough to defeat the forces inimical to peace and stability in the country and State.

Mir said Congress party will ensure defeat of divisive and fascist forces, which are hell bent upon to divide the people on regional and religious lines to serve their vested interests. “We have always strengthened the secularism and unity in the country, state and will continue to unite the people,” G.A Mir said.

“Congress party is committed to safeguard the secular fabric in the country won’t allow communal forces to vitiate the atmosphere of harmony and peace in the Country and State,” Mir added.

He said Congress party is the only unifying force in the country and State because the party believes in uniting the people, it will continue to work as a bridge between the communities in the Country and State.

The meeting finalized the district wise and constituency wise party conventions being organized across Kashmir valley.

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SMC organizes Swachh Bharat Abhiyan prog at Karan Nagar

‘Efforts need to be put in to preserve Kashmir’s unparalleled beauty’

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Srinagar, June 25:  Continuing with its three-day event for welfare of Safaikaramcharis, Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) Tuesday organised a Swachh Bharat Abhiyan program here at SMC central office Karan Nagar.

Chairman National Commission for Safai Karamcharis, Valaji bhai Zala, who was the Chief Guest on the occasion, said that Swachh Bharat Abiyan needs to be connected with one and all.

“Not only safai karamcharis but people from all walks of life particularly students who are future of this country should join hands and connect with this nationwide cleanliness/Swachta  campaign as it is the most important topic which our kids and students and be aware of this mission,” Zala said.

 

He also said that Kashmir has rightly been called as paradise on earth for its unparalleled beauty, serenity and fresh air, but it  needs to be retained  and restored by putting in every effort.

He said therefore, Swachta, which not only includes sanitation but preservation of water bodies, lakes, rivers, curbing use of polythene etc  needs to be taken on the wider scale and its logical end.

Deputy Mayor Shiekh Imran, Commissioner SMC Khursheed Sanai also spoke on the occasion.

During the program students from various schools and IEC Partners delivered speeches on Swachta.

At the end of the event Zala flagged off the Abiyan and along with students, Karamcharis and SMC officials  marched towards Karan Nagar to take out rally and conducted sanitation drive.

Earlier Valaji Bhai Zala along with his team visited Safaikaramcharis Samoon colony at Solina.

The inhabitants of the colony apprised him about various issues and demanded construction of community hall in the area for organising social gatherings within the community. They also requested him to take note of lack of proper drainage system in the colony and also providing of allotment papers of their houses for proper rehabilitation.

Zala, who was accompanied by Deputy Mayor, Commissioner SMC, Chairman safaikaramcharis workers union and other senior officers of the Corporation, assured them to take up the meeting with Chief Secretary to discuss all the issues for their redressal.

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