Mehidpur RI suspended for not attending review meeting
Ujjain: Revenue inspectors (RIs) of the district have been given strict orders to resolve a set target of 500 demarcation cases lying pending in each town of the district to regain faith among the peasants. These directives were issued at a meeting chaired by collector Sanket Bhondve at Brihaspathi Bhavan on Wednesday. In case of dissatisfaction in the demarcation procedure, the concerned farmer may go for appeal, the meeting stated.
Bhondve said, the disputes pertaining to government properties, trails and paths could be resolved through demarcation. The farmers had lost faith in the revenue department due to failure in resolving long pending demarcation cases and the revenue staff should work actively to regain their faith, he stated.A target of resolving 500 cases in the town of Tarana, Mehidpur and Barnagar respectively was handed over to the RIs. They were also asked to ensure amodification in the map.
Further, directives were issued to redress complaints through the Chief Minister’s Helplineat level-1. The meeting held the view that there should be an absolute coordination among patwaris and tehsildars. It also stated that the vacant posts of 12 kotwars would be filled soon and elderly kotwars would be replaced with new appointees.
The meeting decided that RIs and revenue officers would hold a video conferencing at the district level every Wednesday to review revenue cases. Patwaris were directed to provide a copy of the new ‘khasra’ to the sarpanch and secretaries of thevillage panchayats.
Revenue inspector of Mehidpur, Mangilal Chouhan, was suspended for not attending the review meeting.
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