Revenue minister Rajendra Trivedi ordered to dispose of the pending appeals quickly whose hearing is completed
Warn of departmental inquiry against officials found to fail to dispose the pending appeals in his surprise visit
Revenue Minister Rajendra Trivedi again put focus on quick disposal of pending appeals despite hearing. He warn of surprise visits anywhere in the state and if found similar situation then departmental inquiry will be done against responsible officials. It is here to be mentioned that the minister paid a surprise visit last Sunday to Vadodara Collectorate and on his orders 70 RTS appeals was cleared within a week pending despite hearing before provincial officer.
The Revenue Minister arrived at Dharasabha hall as promised and witness the 70 pending cases disposed off before his eyes. He said the decision shall be quick and people can get justice in time. "This order is to clear the pending cases quickly when it creates burden on the officials and hence there is space of some mistakes. So I need the officers clear the appeals quickly to save time and give justice to people. I hope officials and employees of revenue department must act with positive approach and take decisions quickly for people's benefit, " Said Trivedi.
He said the revenue officials must dispose off pending cases quickly and warn them for surprise visit at any time. If he found cases pending then departmental inquiry will be initiated against such officials. He also feel that the revenue department officers needs motivation as 70 cases are disposed in a week and officer showed their readiness to hear more than 100 cases in a month. But this is also to see that nothing wrong can happen.
The revenue minister said that a similar surprise visit would be made to any state office to review the performance. Not only this, other issues of the revenue department will also be dealt with expeditiously. He ordered to dispose of the pending appeals quickly whose hearing is completed.