Srinagar, Jan 28: In order to strengthen the traditional and vital village institutions of Lambardars and Chowkidars in the District, a meeting of Revenue Officers was held on Saturday under the Chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner(DC), Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad, here.
Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC), Zahoor Ahmad Mir, Additional Deputy Commissioner(ADC), Syed Shabir Ahmad, Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Raies Ahmad Bhat, Tehsildars of Eidgah, South Srinagar, Khanyar, Panthachowk, Central Shalteng, Chanapora and Srinagar North were present in the meeting.
At the outset, the Deputy Commissioner took a detailed review about the working and functioning of the Revenue Department at grass root level and coordination of Tehsildars with the Field Revenue staff. He also reviewed the process of filling up the positions of Lambardars and Chowkidars in all Tehsils of the District.
The DC said that the positions of Lamberdars and Chowkidars are very significant which act as a link between the people and Administration. He said filling up the positions of Lamberdars and Chowkidars is vital for the benefits of general people and Administration for better coordination at grassroots level.
He said field Revenue staff plays a pivotal role in maintaining proper vigil on encroachments on Government land, besides in ensuring prompt flow of the requisite information from villages.
The DC directed all the Tehsildars of the District to expedite the process of appointment of Lamberdars and Chowkidars to fill all the positions in a timebound manner as per the relevant Act and rules in vogue.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner also reviewed the status of grievances disposal related to Migrant properties filed by the Kashmiri migrants.
He was informed that out of total 1883 complaints received only 188 are pending which are being addressed on a fast track basis.
The DC instructed all the Tehsildars to pay focused attention to the complaints registered on the portal/offline to ensure quality redressal to the best satisfaction of the complainants. He further asked the officers to work with added zeal and dedication while redressing the grievances to ensure their time bound, prompt and quality disposal.
DC also reviewed the process of online public services delivery mechanism. He said not a single application should be beyond stipulated period under PSGA. He said the District coordination cell for ensuring hassle free online services to the people has been established and all public grievances shall be resolved and attended to.