Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday authorised Naib Tehsildars to issue domicile certificates to PRC holders and their family members across the Union Territory.
The decision regarding it was taken by Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha during at a meeting while reviewing the working of revenue department and the Auqaf, an official spokesperson said. He said that to speed up the process, LG announced to authorise Naib Tehsildars in addition to the Tehsildars for issuing Domicile certificate to all the PRC holders and their family members on priority.
“While enquiring about the status of delivery of domicile certificates in the UT, the LG directed to complete all long pendency by 30th September, 2020,” the officials spokesperson said.
LG’s advisors KK Sharma and Farooq Khan; Chief Secretary, BVR Subrahmanyam; Principal Secretary Revenue Department and Inspector General of Registration Pawan Kotwal; Principal Secretary to LG, Nitishwar Kumar; CEO Board of Directors for specified Wakafs and specified Wakaf properties,Mufti Mohammad Farid ud Din; Commissioner Survey Land Records, Shahnawaz Bukhari and senior officers of Revenue and Auqaf were present in the meeting.
During the review meeting, the official spokesperson said that the LG was briefed in detail about the working and organizational structure of the Revenue Department.
“He was apprised about status of the first phase of ongoing process of scanning and settlement of land records in Jammu and Srinagar. The Lt Governor set timeline for digitization of all revenue records on speedy basis by September 30, 2020,” the official spokesperson said.
“He also directed to complete the Cadastral survey under Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme (DILRMP) across all districts of the UT by the end of May, 2021,” he added.
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