Settle land disputes in good time: Dm

Foto-03 DM-SP takes part in the resolution day, which is organized on the premises of the police station in Pisawan. (Conversation)
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Sitapur. After the second corona wave, dissolution days were organized for the first time in the district’s police stations on Saturday. DM and SP reached Pisawan, Maholi and, after listening to the victims’ problems, ordered the subordinates to resolve them soon. When the SP saw the Resolution Day register in Pisawan, it expressed its displeasure.
132 complaints were received by the district on the first day of Saturday. Only 49 could handle it. Most of the complaints came from the tax office. DM and SP have given the person responsible for complaints the task of eliminating complaints. DM Vishal Bhardwaj and SP RP Singh, who arrived at the Pisawan Police Station on Saturday, listened to the complainants’ problems. Before him, Chandrakumar, a resident of Sejkhurd in the police station, filed a motion regarding the land dispute with Ramsaran, a resident of Sasurdipur. The DM instructed the tax authorities and the police to keep a list of all government property in the villages.
If government public property is illegally occupied, it should be released. SP RP Singh, while examining the application, Fundamental Dispute Settlement Register, expressed displeasure with the police staff. He said that on the occasion of the Revenue and Police Solution Day, the maximum problems of the complainants should be resolved amicably. Other police and finance officials including SO Kunwar Bahadur Singh were present on the occasion.
According to the Maholi Dialogue, DM and SP listened to the complainants’ problems. MLA Shashank Trivedi was also present at Resolution Day. In an exchange with DM Vishal Bhardwaj, Kanungo and Lekhpals, we were able to find out more about the village’s problems. SP RP Singh ordered CO Abhishek Pratap Ajay that all SIs should be made aware of the problems of some villages. Disposal should take place on site in good time. Pankaj Prakash Rathore and Kotwal Sanjay Pandey were present at this SDM.
Team formed to settle cases
For the first time after the second corona wave, 132 complaints were received on the day of resolution. 15 complaints were received from the police and 117 from the tax office. 49 complaints were resolved on site. Teams were formed to dispose of 83 cases. DM and SP have ordered the early settlement of pending proceedings.

Sitapur. After the second corona wave, dissolution days were organized for the first time in the district’s police stations on Saturday. DM and SP reached Pisawan, Maholi and, after listening to the victims’ problems, ordered the subordinates to resolve them soon. When the SP saw the Resolution Day register in Pisawan, it expressed its displeasure.

132 complaints were received by the district on the first day of Saturday. Only 49 could handle it. Most of the complaints came from the tax office. DM and SP have placed the order with the person responsible for the complaint. DM Vishal Bhardwaj and SP RP Singh, who reached the Pisawan police station on Saturday, heard about the complainants’ problems. Before him, Chandrakumar, a resident of Sejkhurd in the police station, filed a motion regarding the land dispute with Ramsaran, a resident of Sasurdipur. The DM instructed the revenue and the police to keep a list of all government property in the villages.

If government public property is illegally occupied, it should be released. SP RP Singh, while examining the application, Fundamental Dispute Settlement Register, expressed displeasure with the police staff. He said that on the occasion of the Revenue and Police Solution Day, the maximum problems of the complainants should be resolved amicably. Other police and finance officials including SO Kunwar Bahadur Singh were present on the occasion.

According to the Maholi Dialogue, DM and SP listened to the complainants’ problems. MLA Shashank Trivedi was also present at Resolution Day. In an exchange with DM Vishal Bhardwaj, Kanungo and Lekhpals, we were able to find out more about the village’s problems. SP RP Singh ordered CO Abhishek Pratap Ajay that all SIs should be made aware of the problems of some villages. Disposal should take place on site in good time. Pankaj Prakash Rathore and Kotwal Sanjay Pandey were present at this SDM.

Team formed to settle cases

For the first time after the second corona wave, 132 complaints were received on the day of resolution. 15 complaints were received from the police and 117 from the tax office. 49 complaints were resolved on site. Teams were formed to dispose of 83 cases. DM and SP have ordered the early settlement of pending proceedings.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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