UDHAMPUR, 19th OCTOBER: Secretary-Commissioner of Revenue Vijay Kumar Bidhuri today paid an in-depth tour of Udhampur district and participated in the Jan Abhiyan program in Tikri organized in anticipation of the return to the village program (fourth phase ).
CDD Chairman, Udhampur Lal Chand; Deputy Commissioner Udhampur, Krittika Jyotsna; BDC President, Nisha Sharma; SDC, Ashu Sharma; Deputy Commissioner of Revenue, Rafiq Ahmad Jaral and other officers in addition to PRI members attended the program.
Addressing the assembly, the Secretary-Commissioner appreciated the revenue officers and civil servants for their tireless efforts in digitizing revenue registers in a record time of two months, the fruit of which is available to the public online at Land Registry Information System portal.
He added that digitization is imperative to streamline revenue registers and make revenue registers easily accessible to the public through online platforms. He added that educational institutions are the best platforms to sensitize different governments. systems, in particular the online accessibility of land registers.
He advised all heads of educational institutions to sensitize students on the availability of land records on the portal of Land Records Information System – https://landrecords.jk.gov.in/, so as to that they can easily access land records and spread awareness. among the deep masses in rural areas.
He urged the officers of relevant departments to implement the projects in letter and spirit in the district.
He called on the population as well as the PRI to come forward to take advantage of the various schemes and programs launched by the government.
The online delivery of various tax services and other public-friendly initiatives launched by the government have brought transparency and accountability to the department, Bidhuri added.
He appreciated the administration for the effective implementation of IEC activities under various programs in the district. The DDC Chairman also appreciated the Deputy Commissioner for her tireless efforts in digitizing land records, which will benefit the general public in the future.