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Disposal of surplus evacuee lands

11/10/1971

From   

Shri S.S.Grewal, IAS

            Financial Commissioner Revenue &

            Secretary to Govt. Punjab,

            Revenue Deptt. Chandigarh.To

 

            All the Deputy Commissioners in the State.

 

            Memo No. 6626-2CH-71/4017

            Chandigarh,dated the 11/10/1971

 

Sub:     Disposal of surplus evacuee lands- assistance of the field Revenue Staff.

 

            Government have decided to dispose of approximately 1,70,000 acres of surplus rural evacuee agricultural land in the state by way of transfer to the Harijans and Rai Sikh occupants from Rabi 1970 by auctions restricted to the members of Scheduled Tribes/Castes. The Rehabilitation Department have already issued two Press Notes, both dated October 6, 1971 copies of which have since been sent to you vide their endorsement No. 21201, dated October 7, 1971. This work has to be finished within a period of 8 to 10 months and accordingly, that department has drawn up a time schedule. Both the restricted auctions and the work relating to the transfer of land to the eligible occupants will be undertaken simultaneously w.e.f. November 15, 1971. In the first phase of the work ending December 31, 1971 besides conducting restricted auctions in certain districts, applications received from the Harijan and Rai Sikh occupant’s will be taken up for disposal.

2. The task before the Rehabilitation Department is heavy and unless done on emergent basis, it will not be possible to accomplish it within the prescribed period. Further the success of the programme drawn up by them will largely depend upon the active co-operation of the Patwaris and Girdawars. The Patwaris of the villages will be required :

  1. to produce original record of rights and khasra girdawaris before the Tehsildars (Sales)/Naib Tehsildars (Sales) as and when they visit their villages for the disposal of applications received from the Harijan and Rai Sikh occupants.
  2. To arrange for ‘Mushtari Munadi’ with regard to the land proposed for sale, from the time to time in the village in which these are located 15 clear days before the beginning of each round of auctions, as required under the rules; and
  3. To be present at the time of auctions /transfer of the lands.

3.Further their services as also the services of Girdawars will be required for determining evacuee lands, particularly in the ‘Bet’ area where despite consolidation, “Wat___’ does not exist for putting the auction purchasers in possession of the lands purchased by them.

4.Keeping in view the anxiety of Government to finish the work within the scheduled period, you are requested to issue necessary directions to the field staff to render every possible help/assistance required by the Tehsildars (Sales)/Naib Tehsildar (Sales) so that the work is completed within the prescribed period without delay and is not held up or retarded because of any laxity on the part of the field revenue staff.

            Shri S.S. Grewal, IAS

            Financial Commissioner Revenue &

            Secretary to Govt. Punjab,

            Revenue Deptt. Chandigarh.

 

Endst No. 6626-2CH-71/4018

 Chandigarh, dated the 11/10/1971

 A copy is forwarded to the Financial Commissioner (Taxation) and Secretary to Govt. Punjab, Rehabilitation Deptt. Chandigarh with reference to his DO letter No. __/FCT, dated October 6, 1971, addressed to the Financial Commissioner (Revenue).

Deputy Secretary Revenue (I)

For Financial Commissioner Revenue &

 Secretary to Govt. Punjab,

Revenue Deptt. Chandigarh.

 

Endst No. 6626-2CH-71/4019 

Chandigarh, dated the 11/10/1971

 

A copy is forwarded to :

The Commissioner, Jalandhar Division, Jalandhar.
The Commissioner, Patiala Division, Patiala.

For information.
Deputy Secretary Revenue (I)

For Financial Commissioner Revenue &

Secretary to Govt. Punjab,

Revenue Deptt. Chandigarh.

 

 

Endst. No. 6626-2CH-71/4020 

Chandigarh, dated the 11/10/1971

A copy is forwarded to all the Sub Divisional Officers (Civil) in the State for information and immediate necessary action.

Deputy Secretary Revenue (I)

For Financial Commissioner Revenue &

Secretary to Govt. Punjab,

Revenue Deptt. Chandigarh.

 

Endst. No. 6626-2CH-71/4021           Chandigarh, dated the 11/10/1971

 A copy is forwarded to all the Tehsildars (Mahal) in the State for information and necessary action.

Deputy Secretary Revenue (I)

For Financial Commissioner Revenue &

Secretary to Govt. Punjab,

Revenue Deptt. Chandigarh.

 

Punjab Government Department of Rehabilitation

 

Endst. No. 2(505)/21949-60/G-5                    Jalandhar, dated the 14/10/1971  

A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to all Tehsildars (Sales) in the State and Naib Tehsildars (Sales) Bhatinda, Patiala and Sangrur.

They should keep a perfect liaison with their counter from the Revenue Department so that as and when they need the services of the Patwaris & Girdawars (Mahal) these made available to them. In this connection personal contacts prove more effective.

Deputy Secretary Revenue (I)

 Revenue Deptt. 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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