CM Yogi’s `Varasat’ campaign yielding good results, over 4.43 lakh complaints disposed off

Varasat campaign began on December 15 and will continue till February 15, 2021 and it aims to end to the long pending land disputes specially in the rural areas and will also put a check on land mafias who target disputed land mostly in rural areas.

Avatar Written by January 19, 2021 21:52
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New Delhi: Varasat campaign launched to resolve long-pending land disputes is turning out to be one of the hallmarks of Yogi government as it is yielding results way beyond expectation.

In just a month i.e. from Dec 2020 to Jan 19, more than 4.43 lakh disputes have been disposed off.

These cases were pending for years and within a month, all these have been disposed of by the officials of the revenue department under the special `Varasat’ campaign.

Varasat campaign began on December 15 and will continue till February 15, 2021 and it aims to end to the long pending land disputes specially in the rural areas and will also put a check on land mafias who target disputed land mostly in rural areas.

According to special secretary, revenue, Sanjay Goyal, a total of 4.94 lakh applications were received under `Varasat’ were received, out of which 4.43 cases have been disposed of.

 

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“The process of disposal of the remaining applications received from the villagers is underway and in order to completely dispose of the land-related disputes, the `Varasat’ campaign is being conducted in five stages for the last 34 days. The Lekhpals and other officials of the revenue department are visiting the villages and gathering information and disposing of the complaints.” Goyal informed.

On the instructions of CM Yogi, as many as 24,000 Lekhpals and 2700 revenue inspectors of the revenue department have been going to the villages and collecting information related to pending cases related to the campaign.

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Looking into the success of the campaign, it is also being claimed that the number of applicants will increase and not a single dispute related to land will be remaining in the state after February 15 the last date or the `Varasat’ campaign.

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