Panaji: March 2,2018 … The Revenue Minister, Shri Rohan Khaunte has said that the Government intends to create transparency in administration and mentioned that from last one year the Government has initiated steps and various procedures related to land due to which around 9000 cases of mutation have been disposed off.
Shri Khaunte was speaking at a interaction meeting organized at Bodgeshwar Devasthan Hall at Mapusa recently. The Office of the Additional Collector North and the Office of the Deputy Collector Mapusa organized this interaction programme ( Saad Pratisaad ) to know from the general public their grievances ,to seek suggestions and their opinion about the functioning of Revenue offices.
Shri Khaunte said that he was aware about the shortage of staff in some offices which he said will be addressed soon. It has been also planned to provide access to cases of mutation online. The Government as part of reforms have provided court monitoring software to all the offices and streamlined the work in offices.
Shri Khaunte further said that the process of mutation has been simplified in the interest of the people. In regards of Khajan land, the Government has insisted the Khajan Land Associations to submit Baandh Safety Report from time to time and steps have been initiated to bring maximum Khajan land under cultivation.
Shri Khaunte also said that the local representatives have to be alert and strict to arrest incidents of illegal construction, conversion of land etc.
Shri Vikas Gaunekar, Addl. Collector North Goa, Shri Shankhwalkar, Deputy Collector Mapusa, Shri Dasharath Gawas, Mamlatdar Bardez, Officers from Dept of Revenue, Deputy Collector and other Department were present at the meeting.