Patwari’s absence renders people to suffer in Bandipora Village

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BANDIPORA: Residents of Aloosa village of Bandipora district alleged that they are suffering immensely due to the absence of Patwari’s in office.

The people of the area alleged that the Patwar office in Aloosa belt is found closed frequently rendering visitors to suffer.

“You can see Patwar Office is closed even at 11:45”, visitors told PTK. They said that they are suffering immensely due to absence of patwari’s adding they have been visiting to the office from last two days but couldn’t find any of the Patwari among two.

“I am in need of a state subject for that i need some documents from the concerned patwari, but he is not available in his office,” said Ghulam Ahmad Resident of Aloosa.

The visitors at the Patwar office said that they tried to contact one of the Patwari, his cellphone is switched off.

They alleged that they had complained about the issue to the higher authorities, but no action was taken.

Another Resident of Aloosa village said he had not been able to get their land record copies due to the Patwari’s absence in the office.

Despite repeated attempts, Patwari’s did not pick up the phone.

When contacted, Naib-Tehsildar, Javed Samoon said that he had asked the Patwari to be regular on duty. “I will make sure that people do not suffer anymore,” he said. (PTK)

 

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