For free hold of lease and Nazul permanent leases of Rajiv Ashray Yojna, camps will be organized in zone wise on the scheduled date.

Important initiative has been taken by the state government to legalize illegal constructions. According to the instructions of the government, the eligibility has been resolved by resolving the claim and objection under the Rajiv Ashray Yojana. The families found eligible will be given Patta in the prescribed format on payment of development fee. The amount of development fee has been fixed at Rs 15 per square foot for Municipal Corporation Raipur, Rs 10 per square foot for Nagar Palika Parishad and Rs 5 per square foot for Nagar Panchayat. Similarly, in the year 1984 and 1998, zone wise camps will be organized to take action on free hold of leases under Patta Dhruti Act 1984 and Rajiv Ashray Yojana and free hold of Nazul permanent leases respectively. In these camps, the authorized officers concerned Patwari, Revenue Inspector, Revenue Inspector (Nazul), Tehsildar and Assistant Revenue Officer, Municipal Corporation will perform the entire proceedings. Ward No.-3, Ward No.-4, Ward No.-5, Ward No.-15, Ward No.-16, Ward No.-17, Ward No.-18 and Zone No. in the camp site held on October 1 in Zone No.-1 office. Ward No.-6, Ward No.-13, Ward No.-14, Ward No.-26, Ward No.-27, Ward No.-28, Ward No.-36 eligible beneficiaries lease and free in the camp site held on October 4 in -2. Can apply for hold. Sub-divisional officer Shri Devendra Patel has been authorized for both these camp sites. Ward No.-40, Ward No.-41, Ward No.-42, Ward No.-43, Ward No.-66, Ward No.-67, Ward No.-68 and so on in the camp site organized on October 6 in Zone No.-5 office. Eligible beneficiaries of Ward No.-01, Ward No.-02, Ward No.-19, Ward No.-20, Ward No.-21, Ward No.-69, Ward No.-70 in the camp site held on October 7 in Zone No.-8 office Can apply for lease and free hold. Joint Collector Ms. Nidhi Sahu has been authorized for both these camp sites. Ward No.-58, Ward No.-59, Ward No.-60, Ward No.-61, Ward No.-62, Ward No. 63, Ward No.-65 and so on in the camp site organized on October 6 in Zone No.-6 office Eligible beneficiaries of Ward No.-22, Ward No.-23, Ward No.-24, Ward No.-25, Ward No.-37, Ward No.-38, Ward No.-39 in the camp site held on October 7 in Zone No.-7 office Can apply for lease and free hold. Deputy Collector Ms. Ruchi Sharma has been authorized for both these camp sites. Ward number-35, Ward number-44, Ward number-45, Ward number-46, Ward number-47, Ward number-57, Ward number-64 and so on Eligible beneficiaries of Ward No.-07, Ward No.-08, Ward No.-09, Ward No.-31, Ward No.-32, Ward No.-33, Ward No.-51 in the camp site held on October 8 in Zone No.-9 office Can apply for lease and free hold. Deputy Collector Ms. Dipti Verma has been authorized for both these camp sites. Eligible beneficiaries of Ward No.-49, Ward No.-50, Ward No.-52, Ward No.-53, Ward No.-54, Ward No.-55, Ward No.-56 in the camp site held on October 4 in Zone No. 10 office Can apply for lease and free hold. Joint Collector Shimmi Nahid has been authorized for this camp site. Zone No.-03 Eligible beneficiaries of Ward No.-10, Ward No.-11, Ward No.-12, Ward No.-29, Ward No.-30, Ward No.-34, Ward No.-48 in the camp site held on October 7 in the office. Can apply for lease and free hold. Joint Collector Shri U.S. Aggarwal has been authorized. * Collector took a meeting of district level officers * * discussion on the set points of the collector’s conference to be held in the coming time * * important role of officers in taking the plans and decisions of the government on the ground: Collector Dr Bhure * Raipur 30 September 2022 / Collector Dr. Sarveshwar Narendra Bhure took a meeting of district level officers in the Collectorate meeting hall here today. He asked to update the information while making all necessary preparations regarding the collector’s conference to be chaired by the Chief Minister in the coming time. Collector Dr Bhure said that the officers of the district administration have an important role to play in bringing the plans and decisions of the government to the ground. He gave necessary instructions after discussing agenda wise with the officials of the concerned department for the collector’s conference. In the meeting, the collector assessed the impact of excessive rainfall and scanty rainfall on agriculture, promotion of organic farming, cow nyay scheme, purchase and marketing of cow dung and urine (including Gothans of urban areas), activities and expected benefits under Ripa in Gothans, under Narva program. Marked work and progress, Haat market clinic scheme, Urban slum health scheme, Atmanand school scheme, 100% inspection of ashram and hostel, Dhanwantri medical store scheme, C-mart scheme, Plantation promotion scheme (Plantation by individual/panchayat/forest management committees) , Revenue case / land settlement / allotment / renewal of time limit, regularization of illegal construction, disposal of applications in time limit, transfer of orange forest areas to revenue departments, beneficiaries benefited from individual and group oriented schemes from January 2019 to July 2022 And they got total profit, implementation of Chief Minister’s announcements, implementation of announcements made during meeting, Krishna Kunj Yojana, all approvals for development of colonies, online single window progress information Took a review. Similarly, he has made 5000 square feet map online, purchase of Kodo, Kutki and Ragi at support price, schemes implemented for water conservation, rural landless agricultural laborer justice scheme, identification and achievement of work under MNREGA, malnutrition / Chief Minister’s nutrition scheme, anemia in districts. Status of cases of malaria and other seasonal diseases, repair and maintenance of dilapidated roads and government buildings, progress of caste certificates of school children, high schools and higher secondary schools in the districts of the state as Swami Atmanand English School Upgradation, Establishment of rainwater harvesting in all government buildings, Ram Van Gaman Path and Ramayana Mandali Incentive Program, Establishment and activation status of Rajiv Yuva Mitan Clubs Establishment/Amount/Distribution/Activities/Planning in meter reading work, Banking services in districts Status, determination of undisputed points for geo-referencing of cadastral maps, Girdawari, in relation to construction of warehouses in 725 agricultural credit cooperative societies of 26 districts of the state under Rural Infrastructure Development Fund, Government Through the schemes, information about the employment created in the private sector (from January 2019 to July 2022), information on employment created in the private sector (from January 2019 to July 2022) and other subjects were directed to the officers. On this occasion, Additional Collector Shri BB Panchbhai, all SDMs and officers of the concerned department were present. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading