SRINAGAR: The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad Saturday chaired a meeting to discuss issues regarding Nazool and Wakf lands in the district.
The meeting held threadbare deliberations on various issues with regard to expiry of lease of Nazool properties and encroachments on Nazool and Wakf lands besides settlement of discrepancy in revenue records.
The DC directed the officers to update all revenue records within set timelines besides demarcation process if any pending. He also instructed to speed up the pace of the Geo tagging process.
He asked the concerned to submit a report on Wasidari within two months for which additional manpower shall be provided.
The DC directed that revised rent proposal be also submitted regarding all leased properties in the district and instructed the officers to serve notices to all illegal occupants of Nazool land and initiate action as warranted under law against them.
On the occasion, directions were passed for conducting a massive and intensified anti-encroachment drive across the Srinagar district and demolish all illegal structures on government and Wakf properties.
He directed concerned to ensure retrieval of all encroached Kaahcharai and State land and asked them to maintain village wise records of encroached and retrieved land. He emphasized on rapid settlement of land related issues hampering execution of developmental projects.
While reviewing the possession of land/property under Wakaf Board, the DC was apprised about the present status about encroachments and other issues.
The CEO Wakaf board demanded that demarcation of various Wakaf properties be done by the Revenue authorities.
The DC stressed on Revenue and Wakf authorities to work in coordination to settle down all issues related to Nazool and Wakf lands.
Chief Executive Officer, Wakf Board, Mufti Fareed Ud Din, Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Rayees Ahmad, Assistant Commissioner Nazool Sandeep Singh Bali, all Tehsildars, Tehsildar Wakf Board and other concerned were present in the meeting.
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