22 A-CASES THE KEY POWERS FOR COLLECTORS IN TACKLING, THE HIGH-LEVEL MEETING CHAIRED BY DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER KE KRISHNAMURTHY HAS BEEN DECIDED

 

Amravati,May 2,(globelmedianews.com):
There is a legal solution to every problem.Revenue has been reaped to give them trash.22 A- applications solution is also going to be the same.Blame Game is playing the problem and keeps it in trouble. The High Court had ordered the order of the committee to set up a committee headed by a retired judge for solving the applications. The judgments repeatedly said that the decisions made without a retired judge are not valid Babai. However, there are no files to be settled to the applicants. Hundreds of applications were pending in the state. As long as the land that he had till now is now open to publicity, there is opposition in people.


22 A-CASES THE KEY POWERS FOR COLLECTORS IN TACKLING, THE HIGH-LEVEL MEETING CHAIRED BY DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER KE KRISHNA MURTHY HAS BEEN DECIDED

The high level meeting was convened by Deputy Chief Minister KE Krishnamurthy on the 14th of this month. The IGS has issued orders for the creation of stamps and registrations for the implementation of these guidelines. Adding a copy of the order .. The CCLA Anjilendra Reunthata District wrote to the collectors to implement the guidelines and to contact the individuals with the above mentioned individuals in the 22nd Prevention of Private Property. 22 A-cases collector decides on the list and sends the registrations to IGI. From there the return to the collector's office. But this is taking months for months. The letter written by CCL has made it clear that information is delayed. The Revenue Department or the Registrations Department did not show the initiative to resolve the problem.

The poor and the middle class approached the high court with a large proportion of them, in which 22 A- cases were unjustified in their assets. In 2016, the High Court ordered the AP Sarkar to set up a committee headed by a retired judge for their solution. In 2017, the government set up a committee of 22 A- cases. This includes a retired judge, CCLA and members of the Directors Association. But before the committee's first meeting, the retired Judge Committee resigned. Yet ... Committee meetings were held under the leadership of CCLA and Survey Settlement. The cases of Guntur and Prakasam districts were dismissed. The farmers have again ordered the High Court. Since then, the affair has been pending. The magistrates have twice pointed to the revenue department, not to hold committee meetings without the retired judge, and the high court will have to emphasize the matter. Revenue has recently held another meeting to ignore them. There are criticisms that they are refraining from making any solutions in the meetings. A total of 1805 applications were made to settle 22 cases in a year.

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