A meeting was held between Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and the officials of the Revenue & Disaster Management Department on Saturday to analyse several concerns to smoothen the revenue administration of the State.
Review of Various Concerns
During the meeting, concerns like the study of non-cadastral villages, revising service rule and inter-district transfer of lot mandals, easing out the process of partition of ejmali patta and hereditary transfer of land etc. were reviewed.
The Chief Minister, prescribing for total reforms of the State’s revenue administration, asked the department to conclude all unresolved partition and mutation cases within the next few months in a mission mode by opening a portal, organizing Rajah Adalat etc. The Chief Minister said, a mission namely “Mission Basundhara” would be set in motion on 2nd October 2021 for this purpose.
The Assam Chief Minister further asserted on solving all such ongoing matters within May 10, 2022, which will mark the completion of one year of the current government.
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Absolute Digitization within 2023
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma also asked the department to speed up the task of cadastral survey of all remaining non-cadastral villages. Further, he asked the department to finish up the detailed survey of lands in 27 districts of Assam excluding the sixth schedule area. He directed the department to achieve the aim of absolute digitization of the land records of the state within the year 2023.
The Chief Minister directed the Revenue department to outline a new Service Rule of the lot mandals for convenient execution of transfer and postings within a specified timeframe.