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Friday, 24 July 2020

Deepender slams ban on property registration

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, July 23

Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda criticised the Haryana Government's move to ban the registration of immovable property up to August 5 in case of agricultural lands within the municipal limits and up to July 30 in case of other properties.

He said a bare perusal of the news reports revealed that there had been scams in the registration of properties in the NCR, where the deeds of agricultural lands within the municipal areas were being allegedly registered by tehsildars and naib tehsildars without obtaining the NOC from the Town and Country Planning Department first.

Deepender said unless those at the apex level were complicit with the land mafia and officials, such malfeasance and misfeasance couldn't be indulged into by lower-level officials.

He said for the registration of agricultural properties in the areas so notified, an NOC from the Town and Country Planning had to be obtained by the tehsildar/naib tehsildar, in case the land measures less than 2 kanals. "As per the news reports, this notification issued during Bhupinder Singh Hooda's first regime (2005-2009) is being blatantly and grossly violated by the revenue official. This cannot happen without the higher-ups being in league with the field functionaries," Deepender alleged.

from The Tribune

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