Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel expresses displeasure over delay in disposal of revenue cases
Raipur |31-Jan-2023 76
Disciplinary action will be taken directly on collectors if delay is found in disposal of revenue cases
Delay in disposal of revenue cases cannot be tolerated: Chief Minister
Chief Minister will review revenue matters in the last week of February
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel has expressed deep displeasure over unnecessary delay in the disposal of revenue cases. The Chief Minister has given strict instructions to all the District Collectors to clear all pending revenue cases expeditiously. He has said that disciplinary action will be taken considering the collectors directly responsible for delay in the disposal of revenue matters.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister will chair a review meeting of district collectors in the last week of February to discuss the status of district-wise revenue cases including cases of name transfer, demarcation, diversion, land allotment, settlement, and free-hold cases, as well as regularization of illegal constructions and land allotment to urban bodies at the rate of Rs 1 per square feet.
It is worth mentioning that quick disposal of revenue cases is among the top priorities of the state government. Instructions were issued by the government from time to time in this regard. However, keeping in view the slow progress than expected, Chief Minister has taken the matter seriously and given strict instructions to the officials concerned to do the needful.
Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel is taking direct feedback from the general public regarding the government schemes including revenue matters as a part of his state-wide 'Bhent Mulaqat Abhiyan'. During these programmes, he gave instructions to the officials concerned to clear revenue-related cases fast.