e-Girdawari will soon be made compulsory
Additional Chief Secretary, Haryana Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Mrs. Keshni Anand Arora said that e-Girdawari will soon be made compulsory in the state.
She gave this information during a meeting with Revenue officials in Gurugram today.
Mrs Arora directed the Revenue Officers not to do any Registry after office hours, that is, after 5 p.m. She said that they should perform their duty with utmost honesty so that there should be no complaint regarding corruption.
She reviewed the work of making Jamabandi online and registering Intkal. She said that all Tehsildars should get the pending Jamabandis online by June 30, because the full e-kharif season will be based on records of the Department. She also directed the Revenue Officials to feed intkal together. She said that all the patwaris should be imparted training to use Haryana Land Records Information System (HALRIS) software. This software contains everything such as Jamabandi, Intkal, Khasra and Girdawari.
In the meeting, the Additional Chief Secretary reviewed the work on making jamabandis online in all tehsils and sub tehsils of the district, registering pending intkals, pending court cases in tehsil office and audit works of tehsils. After finding negligence in this review, the Additional Chief Secretary also ordered to charge sheet Naib Tehsildar of Sohna and Girdawar of Kadipur Sub-Tehsil. The Naib Tehsildar of Sohna was accused of getting registry done after 5 p.m. and Kadipur's Girdawar had been keeping four Jamabandis with him for a long time.
She also directed the Deputy Commissioner, Gurugram, Mr. Amit Khatri and the Divisional Commissioner, Mr. Ashok Sangwan to keep reviewing the work of Tehsils from time to time. She also inquired about the problems being faced by the tehsildars, who have been doing girdawari of crops with the help of tablets and said that the tablets, which are not working, may be returned to Hartron.
Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Mr. Vijayendra Kumar said that the software is being further improved, which would facilitate in doing girdawari of crops.
In order to deal with situation like water logging during monsoon season in Gurugram, a Joint Inspection will be carried out on June 26, under which mock drill will be conducted to see whether water drainage arrangements are adequate or not. Apart from this, if any part of the city remains uncovered under Joint Inspection on that day, the inspection will be conducted on June 27 and only after that, the report will be sent to the Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management Department.
She also ordered the Deputy Commissioner Gurugram, Mr. Amit Khatri and Municipal Commissioner, Mr. Vinay Singh to conduct joint inspections of the drains and rainwater drains along with officials of concerned departments.
In the meeting, all the places in Gurugram were discussed, which had history of water logging during rainy season. Mrs Arora said that the officials of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) should ensure cleanliness of the drains and rain water in the entire area under the National Highway till June 25.