Mutation will be ensured within 10 days of registry - Dushyant Chautala
Chandigarh, July 20- Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that the government is making strenuous efforts to ensure that government welfare schemes reach to the last person, in which success is also being achieved.
In the last three and a half years, whether it was the Covid phase or the farmer's movement or any other movement, we never deviated from our aim of ensuring public service.
Earlier, farmers used to stay in the mandis for several days to sell their crops and would not receive money for months. But now the crops are being procured immediately and payments are also disbursed in the accounts of farmers within 72 hours. Now the farmers have the facility to report crop damages on e-Kshatipurti portal.
Sh. Dushyant Chautala was visiting Kharkhoda constituency of Sonipat district on Thursday. During this he addressed public meetings in more than 6 villages.
On this occasion, the Deputy Chief Minister announced that Sonepat would be made the first district in the state, in which within ten days after the registration of the land, the papers etc. would be prepared and reach directly to the concerned person's house. Work is being done in this direction.
Sh. Dushyant Chautala while talking to the media persons informed that the government has given the power to the Deputy Commissioners that they can give compensation for the houses in case of flood. Along with this, he informed that directions have been given to assess crop loss.
He further said that now one does not have to visit the offices to get ration cards, but people with an annual income of Rs. 1.80 lakh can get their card from CSC.