Chief Minister Shri Baghel urges revenue officials to change their working style

  • Instructs to resolve all revenue cases including transfer and demarcation within stipulated time frame
  • Work with sensitivity while getting amount of crop loss relief for rain-hit farmers: Shri Baghel
  • Asks collectors and commissioners to regularly inspect tehsils
  • Strict action should be taken in cases of corruption

Raipur ( | Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel reviewed in detail the working of the Revenue Department on the second day of the Collector’s Conference today. Expressing deep displeasure over the lax working of the revenue department, he asked collectors to ensure effectiveness in the working of the department. He also urged the department officials and employees to bring changes in their working style. Shri Baghel said that work of citizens should be completed within the stipulated time frame. He asked the collectors and commissioners to regularly inspect the tehsil works. While reviewing the status of crop damage due to excessive and scanty rainfall, all the collectors were instructed to be sensitive while getting the relief amounts under RBC 6(4) to the affected farmers within the time limit.

The Chief Minister asked that the pending cases of land conversion should be resolved within the time limit besides asking to dispose of all the revenue cases timely. He said that the citizens should not face any inconveniences due to delay in revenue matters. Giving a stern warning to the officials for not completing the work of the citizens within the time limit, he said that strict action will be taken on the corruption complaints. He also directed to pay special attention to the receipts of revenue income.

Chief Secretary Shri Amitabh Jain, Additional Chief Secretary Shri Subrat Sahoo, Smt. Renu G. Pillay, PCCF Sanjay Shukla, Revenue Commissioners of all divisions, Collectors of all districts and senior officers of various departments were present.