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Disposal of Shamlat Deh Lands in wholly or partially evacuee villages.

18/6/1982

Punjab Government Department of Rehabilitation

To

All Tehsildars (Sales)in the State.

No. RI(115)Part-II/7378-85, dated Jalandhar, the 18th June, 1982.

Sub:Disposal of Shamlat Deh lands in wholly or partially evacuee villages.

Memorandum: ­

Continuation of this Department Memo. No. RI(115)/Part-II/4064- 159, dated 12th September, 1977, on the subject cited above.

2.As you are aware, disposal of Shamlat Deh land including the land vested in the Shamlat Deh due to river action had been suspended till the decision of the appeal pending in the Supreme Court of India,- vide the aforesaid communication. It has come to notice that these instructions are not complied with meticulously. You are once again desired to note that no 'Shamlat Deh' land be allotted to the unsatisfied land claimant or disposed of in any other manner till further instructions from this department. Any laxity in this matter would be seriously viewed.

NS CHEEMA

for Deputy Secretary to Government, Punjab

Rehabilitation Department, Jalandhar.

Hon'ble Revenue Minister

Hon'ble Minister-In-Charge
Shri. Gurpreet Singh Kangar

 


 

Special Chief Secretary, Department of Revenue, Rehabilitation and Disaster Mangement
Shri. Karan Bir Singh Sidhu, IAS

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