In the circular, Bidhuri asked DCs to ensure the establishment of appropriate counters with dedicated staff at these nodes.
âAwareness campaigns should be launched in the neighborhood to publicize the online portal. Citizen grievances as filed on the portal must be dealt with by DCs within a specified time frame with weekly assessment with the administrative department, âBidhuri said.
He said that all Tehsildars will be required to log into the portal, check the update status of Jamabandi, Girdawari, Mutation and Mussavi from their respective jurisdictions.
âThe Tehsildars must provide a certificate of the recording status available on the portal, the duration of which is available, and the missing or not updated recordings on the portal to the concerned CD. DC would share it with the administrative department, âBidhuri said. âThe information provided must be Patwar Halqa-wise, duly signed by (name, designation and date) Patwari, Girdawar, Naib Tehsildar, Tehsildar and certified by SDM or ACR. The compiled district declaration duly certified by the relevant DC must reach the administrative service no later than November 20, 2021 via e-office.
He ordered that the divisional commissioner of Kashmir and Jammu “oversee the most detail” and ensure that the schedule is strictly adhered to by the DCs.