Jhabua (Ali Asghar Bohra) In compliance with the instructions of the state government, a revenue campaign was started in Gram Panchayats with the aim of quick disposal of revenue cases and correcting errors in revenue records. This mega-campaign will be conducted from January 15 to February 29. Under the guidance of Collector Ms. Tanvi Hooda, during the Revenue Campaign, reading of revenue records in the presence of revenue officers, linking of measles to Samagra e-KYC and Samagra, registering cases on RCMS, resolution of pending cases on RCMS within the time limit, and succession. Information related to renaming, division, demarcation, and modification of maps is being given to the villagers.
Collector Ms. Hooda reached the revenue camp organized in Gram Panchayat Amlipathar and Manpur, inspected the camp, and took information about the implementation of the campaign. He took information from the Patwari about the cases registered in RCMS and the 100% resolution of the cases related to undisputed transfer, undisputed partition, record correction, e-KYC from Aadhaar and measles, and the progress of linking Aadhaar. During this time, the Collector also discussed child marriage and sickle cell anemia with the villagers present in the inspected panchayats and said that the period of marriages is about to start in the district; hence, get your children tested for sickle cell before marriage. Testing facilities are available at your sub-health center. He directed the CHO for this work. Along with this, the Collector also learned about other problems of the villagers and gave the necessary directions to the Gram Panchayat Secretary and Patwari to solve them.