22 evictions from Kashmir pandits’ properties in Anantnag

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The Deputy Commissioner Anantnag Piyush Singla on Saturday said that administration has taken prominent steps to address the issues of migrants besides complaints filed by them through online (portal) or offline mode.

The district officer said the officers of revenue and other concerned departments have been given clear directions to address the grievances concerning the land and property of the migrants with zeal and commitment. “Redressal of the complaints as per law and in a time bound manner is being emphasised upon the most”, he added.

It is worth to mention here that the DC is taking regular review meetings on the subject and is personally monitoring the progress made on the redressal of migrants’ issues on daily basis.

Singla once again directed the revenue officials to ensure speedy disposal of migrant complaints under law.

DC said that the relevant provisions of law are being followed in letter and spirit and the administration is ensuring the genuine rights of migrants in different categories are duly protected.

It was informed that 22 evictions on migrants’ land and property have been carried out. Further, 09 Lagan notices have been issued and 10 demarcations have been completed so far. (GNS)

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