These camps will be run in Rajasthan from May 5 to June 30, relief to the common man


As a strong part of the state administration, the Revenue Department is disposing of the revenue related matters in the state at a fast pace with transparency. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said this while addressing the review meeting of the Revenue Department at the CM residence on Sunday. 

During this, he said that the follow-up camps of 'Prasanshan Gaon Ke Sang Abhiyan', which were run earlier by the state government for disposal of pending cases of revenue, would be run from May 15 to June 30, 2022. Relief will be provided to the general public by disposing of the cases received in these on the spot. 

He said that the revenue department has its reach till the last mile of the state. Therefore, the departmental officers should further strengthen the system of settlement of revenue claims and ensure adequate monitoring till the Gram Panchayat. He directed to provide relief to the common people by expeditiously disposing off the pending cases of land records, conversion, border knowledge, Pathargarhi, gair khatedari to khatedari and landless families for allotment of land for agriculture. 

The Chief Minister said that out of 369 tehsils of 33 districts of the state, the revenue records of 348 tehsils of 21 districts have become online. He also directed the remaining 21 tehsils to be made online soon. He instructed to increase the capacity of the server related to revenue records, auto-approval in the conversion process of land, so that there should be transparency in the works.