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PSGA turns 'obsolete': ACR sits on file, ignores DC's instruction
5/16/2019 11:52:08 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 16: Public Service Guarantee Act (PSGA), which makes government offices bound to provide services to public within a time frame, has apparently turned obsolete, as it's is being allegedly ignored by some officers.
According to sources one Sat Pal Gupta in the month of February sought permission from DC to sell his land, but his case has not been heard till date. "Sat Pal Gupta resident of Kathua on February 12, 2019 sought permission from DC office Jammu to sell in 17 marlas land situated at village Chowadhi, Tehsil and district Jammu recorded as Gair Mumkin Khan in the revenue record", sources told ET and added that three months have gone, but the applicant is still making round of DC's office, as "Assistant Commissioner Revenue Jammu is sitting on the similar files," they alleged.
"The matter was brought into notice of Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Ramesh Kumar, who advised his subordinate to take up such cases for disposal scheduled on March 19, 2019. But unfortunately, the subordinate officers in DC's office hoodwinked their boss and skipped such cases during the special hearing held by DC", they added that it was not only violation of PSGA, but disrespect of DC's advise to his staff.
"The applicant, however, approached the concerned officer once again and was informed that the files have been kept for proper receipt in single window and applicants were constrained to obey his orders. But there was not relief for hundreds of applicants who are waiting for permission for months together", they said and added that after failure of PSGA, the applicant sought reason for delay in issuance of permission for said purpose. "Thought the PIO tried to hide the information, but the DC Jammu as FAA, provided detailed information to seeker, under J&K RTI Act, it further shows delay on the part of subordinate officers", they said and appealed to DC Jammu to speed up all genuine cases so that people could get some relief.
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