Appeal in revenue cases should be made within time limit

CS issues instructions during Parakh video conference

cs19.5.17Bhopal, May 19, 2017 (Ataullah Faizan):  Chief Secretary Mr. Basant Pratap Singh instructed all collectors to make appeals in revenue cases within time limit. Chief Secretary said that in case the appeal is not made within time limit disciplinary action be taken against concerned officers after deciding the responsibility. Chief Secretary also instructed commissioners and collectors to conduct regular inspections of the revenue courts. He also told them to ensure redressal of maximum cases of demarcation before monsoon. Chief Secretary instructed the district collectors to comply with the provisions of the Explosives Act and for its physical verification. Instructions to make work plan for disaster management and to mark spots from where help can be sought of the Army and Air Force in times of need were also given at the Parakh video conference. Giving information on the computerisation of revenue courts, Principal Secretary Revenue Mr. Arun Pandey issued instructions to pace up land acquisition cases for railway line, energy, defence establishments of national importance.

Reviewing aadhar seeding of PDS data, Principal Secretary Food Mr. K.C. Gupta told the collectors that foodgrain will be distributed only after biometric verification from July onwards. Principal Secretary Mr. S.N. Mishra instructed collectors to notify the roads for Chief Minister’s Rural Transport Scheme. Home Secretary Mr. D.P. Gupta gave information about the instruction of September 13, 2015 regarding Explosives Act 1984 and Explosives Act 1908 and Explosives Rules 2008.  Reviewing irrigation schemes Chief Secretary instructed that taking the need of 6000 hectare revenue land in the state into account marked land should be reserved.

A joint team of the Forest and Revenue Department should inspect the land so that land is allotted for compensatory tree plantation for under construction and proposed projects of the Forest Department. Among other schemes reviewed during the meeting are drinking water transport, handpump maintenance and Nal-Jal Yojana, Tendu Patta collection payments, updated information of National Population Register, Chief Minister’s Solar Pump Scheme, Aadhar registration status in schools and pension schemes.

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