Government of Punjab

                                         Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation

                                                     (Land Revenue Branch)                             

                                                  No. 25/57/2005-LR.II/3337

To

 

                                      All the Commissioners of the Division/

                                      Deputy Commissioners and

                                      Sub-Divisional Magistrates in the State..         

                                      Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005.

        

Subject:                           Disposal of Uncontested/Contested Mutations  and  Unregistered/Registered wills on time bound basis.

 

                                                                   *******

Sir,                        

 

                                        I am directed to refer to the subject noted above and to say that Para 7.4(vii) of the Punjab Land Record Manual interalia lays down that an uncontested mutation shall be attested by the Revenue Officer within a period of three months from the date of concurrence of the event  necessitating the mutation. For the disposal of the contested mutation this period shall not exceeded six months from such date. The Patwari shall make the necessary entries in the mutation register within one month of the event necessitating the mutation and the attestation work shall be completed within the remaining period.

                             

2.                                    Attention in this connection, is invited to Section 34 of the Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1887 which is also reproduced as under:-

                 

                                       “34. Making of that part of the annual record which relates to landowners, assignees of the revenue and occupancy tenants:-         

 

(1)  Any person acquiring by inheritance, purchase, mortgage, otherwise, any   right   in an estate as a land-owner, assignee of land revenue or tenant   having a right   of occupancy, shall report his acquisition of the right to the   patwari of the   estate.

 

(2)   If the person acquiring the right is a minor or otherwise disqualified, his guardian or other person having charge of his property shall make the report    to the Patwari.

 

(3)     The Patwari shall enter in his register of mutations every report made to him     under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2), and shall also make an entry therein respecting the acquisition of any such right as aforesaid which he has reason to believe to have taken place, and of which a report should     been made to him under one or other of those of sub-section has not been     so made.

 

(4)      A Revenue– Officer shall from time inquire into the correctness of all entries in the register of mutations and into all such acquisitions as aforesaid coming to his knowledge of which, under the foregoing sub- section, report should have been made to the patwari and entry made in that register and shall in each case make such order as he thinks fit with respect to the entry in the annual record of the right acquired.

 

(5)      Such an entry shall be made by the insertion in that record of description of the right acquired and by the omission from that record of any entry in any record previously prepared which by reason of the acquisition has ceased to be correct.

 

3.              It would also be useful to refer to the entries in the death register maintained  by the Chowkidar of the village and or the Department of Health and Family Welfare duly corroborated by the death certificate issued by the competent authority.

 

4.              The matter of entering and disposal of mutation has been considered by the Government in the light of existing provisions of Land Revenue Act, Land Records Manual and the “b?v foekov rkfJv” and it is felt that too much time is taken in entering the mutation on the basis of the information available from the above said sources including the Wills. In the wake of fast communication, it has been decided that the patwari must enter the mutation within a period of 15 days from the event necessitating such an entry of mutation. Thereafter, the uncontested/ undisputed mutation should be decided within a period of one month. The villages adjacent to each other and geographically contiguous area should be taken as a cluster and one day fixed for considering the mutation as already laid down vide Punjab Government letter No 25 /109 /2001- L. R.2/ 9533, dated 16-10-2001. An advance notice may be given to the concerned villagers and a copy of such notice should always be put on the notice board in the tehsil, locality of the villages concerned besides mushtari munadi as usual. The Revenue Officer should put up the particulars of the mutations sanctioned or rejected on the notice board on the same day. The Patwari shall specifically report to the concerned Circle Revenue Officer on the last date of every month about the mutations entered and pending.

 

5.              It has also been decided that the mutation fee should be got deposited at the time of registering the deed. A note of this effect must be given on the ‘parcha yadashat’ that fees have actually been deposited wherever mutation has to be considered. In addition, the person concerned may also produce the receipt showing that the fee has been deposited in respect of the particular mutation. The fees once deposited shall not be refunded even if the mutation is rejected/not sanctioned since the process of consideration of mutation has been completed.

 

6.              Similarly, the cases of disputed mutation be decided within a period of three months. The process of service of respondents should be done through the issue of dasti summons, mushtari munadi and registered AD simultaneously for speedy completion of this process.

 

7.              The cases filed by NRIs shall be taken up by the Fast Track Courts set up by the Department of Revenue vide letter No. VO/FCR/2005/6508-6513,dated 5-9-2005.

 

8.             Amendment as may be necessary in the provisions of LRM will be conveyed in due course.

 

9.             These instructions may be meticulously complied with and failure to comply with these instructions shall attract the disciplinary proceedings under the relevant rules. This may be brought to the notice of all the officers/officials concerned.

 

    

                                                                            Yours faithfully

                                                                                    Sd/-

                                                                  Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

 

 Endst. No. 25/57/2005- L. R.11/3338       Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005

 

                    A copy is forwarded to the Department of NRI Affairs, Government of Punjab for information and necessary action.

 

                                                                                       Sd/-

                                                                   Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

 

  Endst. No. 25/57/2005-L. R. 11/3338-A        Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005.

 

                  A copy is forwarded to Director, Land Records, Punjab , Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar for information and necessary action.

 

                                                                                       Sd/-

                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

 


                                            Government of Punjab

                            Department of Revenue & Rehabilitation

                                           (Land Revenue Branch)

                                       No. 25/71/2005-L. R.11/3335

To

                           

                                 All the Commissioners of the Divisions/

                                 all the Deputy Commissioners and

                                 the Sub-Divisional Magistrates in the State.

                                 Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005

 

Subject:-                          Change in the entries of Khasra Girdawari in respect of widows consequent upon the death of husband                                        who was cultivating the land.                      

     

                                                             *******

Sir,

 

                                        I am directed to refer to the subject noted above and to say that change in the entries of khasra girdawari consequent upon the death of the person in whose name the entries of the khasra girdawari stood at the time of his death, the NRI (s) and the serving members of Armed Forces of the Union whose name figures in the cultivating column has been engaging the attention of the State Government.

 

2                                     The matter has been considered at length and it has been decided that the entries of khasra girdawari of land standing in the name of NRI (s) in the cultivating column should not be changed except with his/their prior written consent. This practice should also be made applicable to the serving members of the Armed Forces of the Union as well as to persons who are serving on government/non-government assignments in far away stations. Further, if the name of a person existed in the cultivating column on the date of his death and the girdawari was standing in his name the entry should be changed to the name of his widow/legal heirs of the deceased. In other words, the girdawari is to continue in his name till it is changed to the name of the of his legal heirs. It should not be changed without the written and prior consent of the legal heirs.

 

3.                                    These instructions may be brought to the notice of the officers/officials concerned for meticulous compliance

 

4.                                      Formal amendment in the relevant provisions of the Land Record Manual shall be made in due course of time. .                                                                          

                                                                     

                                                                Yours faithfully

                                                                          Sd/-

                                                                      Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

Endst. No. 25/71/2005-L.R.11/3336                Chandigarh, dated the 3-10- 2005

 

                                              A copy is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioners and Administrative Secretaries, Government of Punjab for information and necessary action.

 

 

                                                                                      Sd/-

                                                                Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

Endst No. 25/71/2005- L R.11/3336-A     Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005.

 

                                        A copy is forwarded to Director, Land Records, Punjab, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar for information and necessary action.

 

 

                                                                                      Sd/-

                                                               Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

 


 

                                                    Government of Punjab

                                        Department of Revenue & Rehabilitation

                                            ( Land Revenue Branch)

                                           No. 25/68/2005-L.R.11/3339

 

To

                                          All the Commissioners of the Divisions/

                                          All the Deputy Commissioners and

                                          The Sub-Divisional Magistrates in State.

                                          Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005

 

Subject:-                             Demarcation of Land-Completion within specified time.

                                                                   *******

Sir,                                                                                 

 

                                         I am directed to say that the Department of Revenue had issued a  “G' foekov rkJhvaaaa sometime back. Vide chapter 9 of this guide it has been explained  that a person has to present his application in duplicate for the demarcation of his land by affixing a Court fee  of Rs.1.25 on a judicial paper to the Revenue Officer. The Revenue Officer is required to keep a record of such a copy in the register and send it to the Kanungo. The Kanungo is to demarcate the land within a period of one month by visiting the spot. The Circle Revenue Officer is also to give a date to the applicant to come present before him so that he could inform him that his work has been attended to or not. It has further to be ensured that the applicant has not to be appear before him on more than two occasion.

 

2.                                        It has also been decided that the cases filled by the NRIs be given special attention. These cases have to be disposed of within a period of one month positively. Even where police help was required in such cases that shall be arranged within this period only. In no case this time limit should be allowed to be violated. In any case, the circumstances shall be explained to the concerned Collector and specific permission may be obtained in writing should this time limit is not possible to be observed.

           

3.                                     These instructions may be brought to the notice of all officers/officials for strict compliance.

 

                                                                                     Yours faithfully

                                                                                               Sd/-

                                                                          Under Secretary Revenue(B)   

 

Endst. No. 25/68/2005-L.R.II/3340                    Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005.

  

                                  A copy is forwarded to the Secretary to Govt. Punjab, Departmant of NRI Affairs for information and necessary action.

  

                                                                                              Sd/-

                                                                         Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

Endst. No. 25/68/2005-L.R.II/3340-A              Chandigarh, dated the 3-10-2005.

 

                                  A copy is forwarded to Director, Land Records, Punjab, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar for information and necessary action.

    

                                                                                               Sd/-

                                                                         Under Secretary Revenue(B)     

 

 


 

Most Immediate

Confidential                                Government of Punjab        

                                       Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation

                                                   (Legal and Policy Branch)

 

To

 

                                   1. All the Commissioners of Divisions in the State.

                                   2. All the Deputy Commissioners-Cum-CSC’s in the State.

                                   3. All the Sub-Divisional Magistrates-cum-SC’s in the State.

                                   4. All District Revenue Officers-cum-Additional Custodian in the State.

                                   5. All the Tehsildars-Cum-M.O’s in the State.

                                   Memo No. 2/66/70-PL-2/4538

                                   Chandigarh dated the 1-12-2005.

 

Subject:                        The Displaced Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005-Regarding.

                                                                              

                                                                    ******

                                   A copy of notification issued by Ministry of Law and Justice, Legislative Department. New Delhi, which has been published in the Gazette of India, Extra-Ordinary-Part-II, Section-I- No. 44 dated 6-9-2005 vide which the Displaced Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005 (No. 38 of 2005) has been published, is sent herewith for your information and necessary action. Vide this notification the following enactments have been repealed:-

  

Sr. No.

                   Name of the Act

Year

Act No.

1.

The Administration of Evacuee Property Act

1950

31

2.

The Displaced Persons (Claims Act)

1950

44

3.

The Evacuee Interest (Separation) Act

1951

64

4.

The Displaced Persons (Claims) Supplementary Act

1954

12

5.

The Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation Act)

1954

 44

  

2.                                In view of the above notifications, all the authorities like Financial Commissioner Revenue, Deputy Commissioner-cum-Chief Settlement Commissioner, Sub–Divisional Magistrate cum Settlement Commissioner, Tehsildar-cum-Managing Officer, Chief Settlement Commissioner, Punjab at the Head Quarters, Settlement Commissioner, Punjab at the head quarters, and Managing Officer (HQ) using delegated powers from the Government of India under the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 or Rules made there under should stop working with immediate effect.  No fresh cases are to be entertained and no action on the cases pending before them should be taken. They are requested to intimate the number of cases which are pending before them under each of the Acts within two days with complete details including names of parties, dates of filling/institution of application/appeals as well as the present status of each case.

 

3.                               Similarly, the Custodian General, Punjab and Additional Custodian under the Administration of Evacuee Property Act. 1950 should also stop working with immediate effect and no action on the cases pending before them should be taken. They are also requested to intimate to Government the number of cases which are pending before them within two days with the details including names of parties and dates of filling/institution of applications/appeals and present status of each case.

 

 

                                                                                       Sd/-

                                                                 Under Secretary Revenue(S)

                                                                                   

 

I.D.No. 2/66/70-PL-2/4539                  Chandigarh, Dated the: 1-12-2005

 

A copy is forwarded to the:-

1.   Private Secretary to the Financial Commissioner Commissioner, Revenue and Secretary to Government Punjab, Revenue and Rehabilitation Department.

2.   Secretary Revenue-Cum Chief Settlement Commissioner, Punjab.

3.   Additional Secretary Revenue-Settlement Commissioner, Punjab.

4.   M.E.O.-cum-Managing Officer,(HQ).

 

    

                           For information and immediate compliance.

 

                                                                                               

                                                                                    Sd/-

                                                                 Under Secretary Revenue(S)

                                                                                    

 

I.D.No. 2/66/70-PL-2/4540                 Chandigarh, Dated the: 1-12-2005

 

                                   A copy is forwarded to the Under Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs-Jaisalmer House, Mansingh Road New Delhi, w.r.t. their letter No. MHA/RD/SW/CC/99, dated 19.10.2005 for information.

 

 

                                                                                   Sd/-

                                                                   Under Secretary Revenue(S)

                                  

 

I.D.No. 2/66/70-PL-2/4541                 Chandigarh, Dated the: 1-12-2005

  

                                           A copy is forwarded to the Advocate General, Punjab, Chandigarh, alongwith a copy of notification dated 6.9.2005 for information and necessary action.

  

                                                                                    Sd/-

                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(S)

 


 

 

MOST IMMEDIATE
                                           NO. MHA/RD/SW/CC/99

                                             Government of India     

                                           Ministry Of Home Affairs          

                                                                                                Jaisalmer House,

                                                                                                                                Mansingh Road,

                                                                                                                                New Delhi

                                                                                                                                Dated 21st                                                                                                                                 of September,2005.

To

                                             

                                            The Chief Secretaries

                                            All States/Union Territories

                                            Government of Punjab

                                            Chandigarh..

 

Subject:                                 The Displaced Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005 regarding.

                                                

                                                               ******

Sir,

 

                                             I am directed to refer to the above mentioned subject and to enclose a copy of the Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part II- Section I-No. II- Dated September 6,2005, in which the Displaced Persons Claims and other Laws Repeal Act, 2005(No. 38 of 2005) has been published for general/information.

 

  

                                                                                  Yours faithfully       

                                                                                   (Man Mohan)

                                                             Under Secretary to Government of India.

 

  CC:- State Secretaries, all States/Union territories for information and necessary action.

 

                                                                                    (Man Mohan)

                                                             Under Secretary to Government of India.

 

 

 

                                                     The Gazette of India

                                                           Extraordinary

                                                         Part II- Section-I                

                                             PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY 

_________________________________________________________________________­­­_____

No. 44           NEW DELHI, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,2005/ BHADRA 15,1927.

________________________________________________________________________

          Separate paging is given to this Part in order that it may be filed as a separate compilation.

_________________________________________________________________________

 

                                      MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE

                                          (LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT)

                                                    

                                                                                 New Delhi, the 6th September,

                                                                                 2005/ Bhadra15,1927(Saka)

  

                        The following Act of parliament received the assent of the President on 5th September, 2005 and is hereby published for general information.

      

                     THE DISPLACED PERSONS CLAIMS AND OTHER LAWS REPEAL ACT, 2005.

 

                                                  No. 38 of 2005.   

                                                                                        (5th September, 2006)

                             

                       An Act to repeal the Displaced Persons (Claims) Act, 1950 and certain other enactments.

 

                       Be it enacted by Parliament in the Fifty Sixth Year of the Republic of India as follows:-

 

  1. This Act may be called the Displaced Persons Claims and other Short title.

    Laws Repeal Act,2005.

 

   2.    The enactments specified in the Schedule are hereby repealed        Repeal of  

                                                                                                             enactments

 

                                                   The Schedule.

                                                      (Section-2) 

Sr. No

                   Name of the Act

    Year

Act No.

1.

 

2.

3.

 

4.

 The Administration of Evacuee Property    Act.

 The Displaced Persons (Claims) Act.

 The Evacuee Interest (Separation) Act.

 The Displaced Persons (Claims)  Supplementary  Act.

 The Displaced Persons (Compensation  and  Rehabilitation) Act.

   1950

   1950

   1951

   1951

 

   1951

31

41

61

12

 

41

                                                                        

 

                                                                             L.K. Viswanathan.

                                                                  Secretary to the Govt. of India.

 

 


Most Immediate 

                                           NO. MHA/RD/SW/CC/99              Confidential

                                                Government of India

                                             Ministry of Home Affairs.

                                               

                                                                                                                                                                                         JaisalmerHouse,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mansingh Road,

                                                                                                                    New Delhi- 110011,

                                                                                                                    Dated the 19th October,                                                                                                                                2005.         

To

                                           

                                        The (Adressee)

                                        Government of (State)

                                        (Capital)

                                        (State UT)

 

Subject:-                            The Displaced Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005 regarding.

 

                                                               *******

Sir,

 

                            This is in continuation to the letter of even number Dated21st 

September 2005 with which a  copy of the Gazette of India-Extraordinary- Part 11Section 1 – No 41 dated September 6, 2005, was enclosed.

 

2.                                    In this regard, Ministry of Law, Government of India’s opinion dated 6th October 2005 is reproduced below:

 

                                   “MHA seeks to be advised whether after the coming into force of the Displace Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005, all/some of the notified authorities under Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 will be deemed to be discontinued or not.

 

                                  “2. the Displaced Persons (Claims) Act,1950, the Administration of the Evacuee Property Act, 1950, the Evacuee interest ( Separation ) Act, 1951, the Displaced Persons ( Claims ) Supplementary Act, 1954 and the Displaced persons ( Compensation and Rehabilitation ) Act, 1954 were enacted, inter alia to make provisions for the registration and verification of claims of displaced persons in respect of immovable property in Pakistan, the administration of evacuee, providing for the separation of the interests of evacuees from those of other persons in property in which other persons are also interested, the payment of compensation and rehabilitation grant to displaced persons and the disposal of certain proceedings pending under the Displaced Persons ( Claims ) Act, 1950.

        

3.                                   It had come to the notice of Central Govt. that a number of persons unconnected with claimants, posing as their legal heirs were presenting fraudulent claims for lands. It was therefore, felt necessary to repeal the aforesaid Acts and to discourage such fraudulent claims and consequently these Acts were repealed by the Displaced Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005. The repealing Act was enacted pursuant to the recommendations of Core Group which recommended the repeal of aforesaid Acts and Rules make there under .

 

“4.                                  The question for our consideration therefore is whether the proceedings, which were initiated before the repeal of aforesaid Acts, could continue even after the said repeal. In this contest Sec6(c) of the General Clauses Act (GC Act) would be relevant which reads as under:

 

Effect of repeal-   Where this Act or any Central Act or regulation made after the commencement of this Act, repeals any enactment hitherto made or hereafter to be made, then, unless a different intention appears shall not-

 

(c) affect any right, privilege, obligation or liability acquired, accrued or incurred under any enactment so repealed; or

 

“5. In Kohlapur Canesagar’s case (AIR 2000 SC 811), the Apex Court has held as under:

 

                                    The position is well known that at common law, the normal effect of repealing a statute or deleting a provision is to obliterate it from the statute book as completely as it had never been passed, and the statute must be considered as a law that never existed. To this rule, an exception is engrafted by the provisions of Section 6(1). If a provision of a statute is unconditionally omitted without a saving clause in favour of pending proceedings, all actions must stop where the omission finds them and if final relief has not been granted, before the ommission goes into effect, it cannot be granted afterwards. Saving of the nature contained in Section 6 or in special acts may modify the position. Thus the operation of repeal or deletion as to the future and the past largely depends on the savings applicable. In a-case where a particular provision in a statute is omitted and in its place another provision dealing with the same contingency is introduced without a saving clause then it can be reasonably inferred that the intention of the legislature is that the pending proceedings shall not continue but a fresh proceeding for the same purpose may be initiated under the new provision.

 

“6. Now, coming back to Section 6(C) of the GC Act and the effect thereof on the proceedings, a reference may be made to decision of Apex Court in M.S Shiyananda case (1980) 1.SCC 149 therein the Apex Court has held as under:

 

         The distinction between what is , and what is not a right preserved by the provision of Section 6 of the General Clauses Act is often one of great fineness. What is unaffected by the repeal of a statute is a right acquired or accrued under it and not a mere hope or expectation of, or liberty to apply for, acquiring a right.

 

“7. The Apex Court in Bansidhar case 1989 (2) SCC 557 has again held that “right” must be “Accrued” and not merely an in inchoate one.

 

“8. Thus under the repealed Acts, there is no “accrued” or “acquired” right in favour of the claimants what is a mere hope or expectations.

 

“9.  In view of the above legal position and reading through SOR of said repealing Act, we are of the opinion that the proceedings under the repealed Acts will come to an end and cannot continue after such repeal”.

 

2.                Special attention is invited to Para-9 of Ministry of Law’s opinion.

3.                You are advised to take appropriate necessary action without delay. 

    

                                                                                                      

                                                                       Yours faithfully,

                                                                               Sd/-

                                                                       (Man Mohan)

                                                    Under Secretary to the Govt. of India.

 

CC: The Secretary, Department of “Department”, Govt. of “State UT” “Capital” “State UT”- for information and appropriate necessary action, and with the advise that this may also be circulated to all concerned without delay.          

 

Copy also to : All Officers ( Section Officers and above ) in Rehabilitation and Settlement Wing of  MHA { Government of India } for information and appropriate necessary action.

                    

                                                                        ( Man Mohan) 

                                                      Under Secretary to the Govt. of India

 


MOST IMMEDIATE

                                                                                   Ministry of Home Affairs   

 

                                          NO. MHA/RD/SW /CC/99

                                               Government of India

                                           Ministry of Home Affairs

 

 

                                                                                                  Jaisalmer House,

                                                                                                                Mansingh Road,

                                                                                                                New Delhi-110011.

                                                                                                                Dated the 18th November,                                                                                                                 2005.

To

 

                                          The Chief Secretary,

                                          Government of Punjab,

                                          Chandigarh,

                                          Punjab

 

Subject  :                              The Displaced Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005- regarding.

 

                                                                ******

                                           This is in continuation of the letters of even number dated 21st September 2005 and 19th October 2005.

 

2.                                         In this regard, Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India’s opinion was further obtained requesting them to advice whether after the coming into force of the Displaced Persons Claims and Other Laws Repeal Act, 2005, all/some of the notified authorities under the Repealed Acts may be formally discontinued or not/ will be deemed to be discontinued (or not).

 

3.                                        Ministry of Law, vide their opinion dated 9th November 2005 have opined that:-

 

             “………As observed from the Repealed Act, 2005 there is no saving clause in the Repealing Act which would validate the actions taken before coming into force of the Act.  The statutory authorities appointed are required to exercise their powers or take actions as mentioned in the Repealed Act. Hence in view thereof, after the repeal of these acts no action can be taken or any authority exercised under the repealed acts by these notified authorities. In the circumstances the notified authorities shall be deemed to be discontinued……”

 

4.                                       You are advised to take appropriate necessary action without delay.

                                                                                                        

                                                                                 Yours faithfully

                                                                                  ( Man Mohan )

                                                       Under Secretary to the Government of India

                                                                                          

C:                       The Secretary, Department of Rehabilitation, Government of Punjab, Chandigarh, Punjab for information and appropriate necessary action, and with the advice that may also be circulated to all concerned without delay.

 

Copy also to:        All Officers 9 Section Officers and above ) in Rehabilitation and Settlement Wing of MHA[Government of India ]for information and appropriate necessary action.

 

 

                                                                               (Man Mohan)

                                                         Under Secretary to the Government of India

 

                                                

 

 

 

 

 

                            Regd. No.Pb/(0092)06-08                                        Regd. No. NW/CH-22

                 

                                          PUNJAB GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

                                                                   EXTRAORDINARY

                                                                   Published by Authority.                               ________________________________________________________________________________

                        CHANDIGARH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2006(MAGHA 26, 1927 SAKA)

                  _______________________________________________________________________

 

                DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND REHABILITATION

                                                          (AGRARIAN REFORMS BRANCH)

   Notification

       The 14th February, 2006.

 

                        NO.1/3/2000-AR-V/1550- To review the revenue laws of the State and suggest measures for smartening the revenue administration, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to constitute a Commission known as Punjab Revenue Commission.

 

                         2  .FUNCTION AND SCOPE OF REFERENCE OF THE COMMISSION:

 

                                 The term of the Punjab Revenue Commission shall be for two years from the date of publication of the Notification.

 

      The term of reference of the Commission shall be as follows:-

 

  (a)  To review the archaic revenue laws of the State as shown in Annexure-I as Priority indicated therein and make recommendations for amending/repealing the same and suggest other  measures for smartening the revenue administration.

            

  (b)   In addition to above, the Commission would also examine the following aspects:-

 

(i)     to ascertain if any provision of the existing law as detailed in the Acts

        mentioned Annexure-I is inconsistent with the Constitution of India

        and  to suggest the necessary alteration and  modification.;

 

 (ii)     the ambiguities in the existing laws brought to light by conflicting decision

         of the Supreme Court and the High Court or otherwise; and also to

         suggest the omission of  unnecessary and obsolete laws;

  

 (iii)     to make suggestion for simplification of procedure in the revenue courts;

 

                                 (iv)     to suggest ways and means for improving administration of justice in the

         Department of Revenue.

 

                                 (c)     The Commission will further look into the aspects of the:-

 

       (i)    number of levels of appeals as prescribed in the various Acts/Laws;

       (ii)   the time limit to be observed for disposal of the appeals under various laws.

                                 (d)     The Commission shall have the access to the data being maintained by the  

       Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation or Director, Land Records,

       Punjab.

                                        (e)     The Commission may associate any of the functionaries of the                                                                                   Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation including the office of the

                      Deputy Commissioner’s as well as their Subordinates.

                                 

                                 (f)      The Commission may visit the other States in order to see the 

        implementation actually being made for the laws recommended for the

        formulation by it.

                                 

                                 (g)      The Acts Administered by the Revenue and Rehabilitation which are

        being reviewed by the Punjab State Law Commission shall be taken

        out of the purview of the Punjab State Law Commission. However, the

        material available with the Punjab State Law Commission may be used

        for harmonious and comprehensive examination by the Punjab Revenue

        Commission.

       

                                   3.     HEADQUARTERS:

 

                                      The Commission would occupy suitable office  accommodation as

                                      per usual norms of the State Government  at a place easily accessible to

                                      the Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation and have its

                                      headquarters at Chandigarh or S.A.S.Nagar (Mohali).

 

             4.     SUBMISSION OF REPORT:

 

                                      The Commission shall submit its report to the Government within two

                                      years from the  date of its  Notification.

                                                                                

 

                                                                                                             K. K. BHATNAGAR,

                                                                                                   Financial Commissioner Revenue and

                                                                                                    Secretary to Government of Punjab,

                                                                                                    Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                     ANNEXURE–1

 

                                        PRIORITY-1

 

         1.    The Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1887;

                                 2.    The Punjab Tenancy Act, 1887;

                                 3.    The Punjab Security of Land Tenures Act, 1953;

                                                  4.    The Pepsu Tenancy and Agricultural Land Act, 1955;

                                 5.    The Punjab Land Reforms Act, 1972;

                                                      6.    The East Punjab Holdings (Consolidation and Prevention of

                                                             Fragmentation Act, 1948;

                                 7.    The East Punjab Utilization of Land Act,1949;

                                                  8.    The Land Acquisition Act,1894,

  

                                                        PRIORITY–11

 

                                                 1.    The Punjab Redemption of mortgage Act,1913;

                                                 2.    The Punjab Restitution of Mortgage Act,1938;

                                                 3.   The Punjab Resumption of Jagirs Act,1957;

 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

No. 32-22/2004-NDM-I

                                               Government of India

                                            Ministry of Home Affairs

                                   National Disaster Management Division

 

                                                                                 North Block, New Delhi.          

                                                                                 dated, the 15th June, 2005

 To

 

                                  The Chief Secretaries of All States.

                                  The Relief Commissioner of All States.

 

Subject:                       The list of items and norms of expenditure to be followed   by the States for incurring expenditure from the Calamity Relief  Fund (CRF) and the National Calamity  Contingency Fund (NCCF) for the period between 2000- 2005-Revision thereof.

 

                                                           *****

Sir,

                                     I am directed to refer to this Ministry’s letters of even number dated 10-9-04 and 23.10.2004 on the above subject.

 

2.                                 It is stated that the norms for the Item 3(d)(I)A relating to input subsidy to be permitted to farmers other than small and marginal farmers were not correctly reported due to some typographical error. This issue has been reconsidered and it has been decided to rectify the norms as under:

 

ITEM

NORMS

3(d)(1)A

Input Subsidy to farmers other than small & marginal farmers in case of severe calamity occurring for second consecutive year (or subsequent year) and subject to the condition that the subsidy will be payable at appropriate rate per hectare upto 2 hectares only, irrespective of the size of holdings.

Rain fed areas: @ Rs. 1000 per Hectare.

 

Irrigated areas: @ Rs. 2500 per hectare.

 

Perennial crops: @ Rs. 4000 per hectare.

 

3. Based on the above rectification, the updated revised list of items and norm of expenditure eligible for assistance from CRF/NCCF is enclosed at Annexure.

 

4. The State Governments are requested to kindly ensure that the expenditure from CRF/NCCF is incurred only as per these revised items/norms.

 

5. A copy of this communication along with its enclosures is also being sent to the Accountant General of the States for necessary action.

 

                                                                                    Yours Faithfully.

                                                                                           -Sd-

                                                                                    (Ashim Khurana)

                                                                                Joint Secretary (DM)

                                                                          Ph. 23092456/ Fax: 23093465

                                                                                    Mobile: 9810093411

                                                                            E-Mail: jsdm@mhn.nic.in

Copy for information and necessary follow up action to:

 

1.         Accountant General of all State Governments.

2.         Resident Commissioners of all State Governments.

 

Copy to:-

1.         Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure (Joint Secretary (PF-I)), North Block, New Delhi.

2.         Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation (Shri Naved Masood, Joint Secretary) Krishi Bhawan New Delhi.

3.         All concerned Ministries/Departments of the Central Government.

4.         PMO/Cabinet Secretariat.

5.         PS to HM/PS to AM/PS to MOS(R).

6.         Sr. PPS to HS/PPS to Secretary(BM)/JS (DM)/Director (NDM-I)/ Master  folder.

 

 

                                                                                       ANNEXURE

 

Revised list of Items and Norms of Expenditure for Assistance from Calamity Relief Fund (CRF) and National Calamity Contingency Fund (NCCF) for the period 2000-2005(MHA letter No. 32-22/2004-NDM-I dated 10th September, 2004, 23rd November 2004 and 15th June, 2005.)

 

SR. NO.

ITEMS

NORMS OF EXPENDITURE FOR ASSISTANCE FROM CRF AND NCCF

1. 

Ex-Gratia payment to families of deceased persons.

Rs. 50,000/- per deceased.

 

(b) Ex-Gratia payment for loss of a limb or eyes.

Rs. 25,000/- per person. (The Gratuitous relief for loss of limb etc., should be extended only when the disability is more than 40% and certified by a Govt. doctor or doctors from panel approved by the Govt.)

 

(c)  Grievous injury requiring hospitalization for more than a week.

Rs. 5,000/- per person.

 

(d)  Relief for the old, infirm and destitute, children.

 

Rs. 20/- per adult, Rs 10/- per child, per day.

 

(e)  Clothing and utensils for families whose house have been washed away/fully destroyed due to a natural calamity.

Rs.500/- for clothing and Rs 500/- for utensils per family.

 

(f) Gratuitous Relief for families in dire need of immediate sustenance after a calamity. GR. should only be given to those who have no food reserves, or whose food reserves have been wiped out in a calamity, and who have no other immediate means of support.

Rs 20/- per adult and Rs. 10/- per child per day, in kind only ( for essential commodities like Atta, foodgrains, kerosene oil, vegetables, match-boxes, coconut oil etc.) maximum for a period of two weeks or as recommended by Central Team.

2.

Supplementary Nutrition.

Rs. 1.05 per day per head as per ICDS norms.

3.

Assistance to small and marginal farmers for:-

 

 

(a)    Desilting etc.

(b)    Removal of debris in hill areas, and

(c)    Desilting/Restoration/Repair of fish      farms

25% and 33-1/3% to small farmers and marginal farmers respectively on the basis of NABARD pattern subject to ceiling of Rs. 5,000/- per hectare.

4.

(d)  Agriculture input subsidy where crop loss       was 50% and above

 

5.

For Agriculture crops, Horticulture crops and annual plantation crops

Rainfed areas Rs. 1000/- per hectare.

Rs. 2500/- per hectare in areas with assured irrigation.

6.

(I) Input subsidy to farmers other than small and marginal farmers. In case of severe calamity occurring for second consecutive year (or subsequent year) and subject to the condition that the subsidy will be payable at appropriate rate per hectare upto 2 hectares only, irrespective of the size of holdings.

(i) Rainfed areas: @ Rs. 1000 per hectare.

(ii) Irrigated areas: @ Rs. 2500 per hectare.

(iii) Perennial crops @ Rs. 4000 per hectare.

 

(II) Perennial crops

Rs. 4,000 per hectare.

 

(III) Assistance to Sericulture farmers.

Rs. 2,000 per hectare for muga.

Rs. 1,500 per hectare for Erl and Mulberry.

7.

(a) Loss of substantial portion of land caused by landslide, avalanche, change of course of rivers.

Rs. 10,000/- per hectare.

8.

Employment Generation (only to meet additional requirements after taking into account, funds available under various plan schemes with elements of employment generation)

Daily wages to be at par with minimum wage for unskilled labourers prescribed by the State Government concerned. Contribution from Relief Funds to be restricted to foodgrains @ 5kg per person per day(SGRY- Special Component) and Rs. 15 per person per day(CRF/NCCF) for 10 days a month(15 days a month in areas where where other schemes/projects with elements of employment generation are not in operation). The balance, if any, between the minimum wages and this support.

 

(i) Repairs/replacement of loom equipments and accessories.

Rs,1,000/- per loom.

 

(ii) Purchase of yarn and other materials.

Rs,1,000/- per loom.

9.

Assistance for repair/restoration of damaged houses.

 

 

(a) Fully damaged houses (Where the house is beyond repair and needs to be reconstructed)

 

 

(i) Pucca house

Rs. 10,000/- per house

 

(ii) Kuchha house

Rs. 6,000/- per house

 

(b) Severely damaged houses

 

 

(i) Pucca house

Rs. 2,000/- per house

 

(ii) Kuchha house

Rs. 12,00/- per house

 

(c) Partially damaged houses (Where the damage is minimum of 15%)

Rs. 8,00/- per house

10.

Emergency supply of drinking water in rural areas and urban areas.

To be assessed by Central Team for NCCF by State Level Committee for CRF.

11.

Provision of medicines, disinfectants, insecticides for prevention of outbreak of epidemics.

-----Do----

12.

Medical care for cattle and poultry against epidemics.

-----Do----

13.

Evacuation of people affected/likely to be affected.

-----Do----

14.

Hiring of boats for carrying immediate relief and saving life.

-----Do----

15.

Provision for temporary accommodation , food, clothing, medical care etc. of people affected/evacuated.

-----Do----

16.

Air dropping of essential supplies.

-----Do----

17.

Repair/restoration of immediate nature of the damaged.

-----Do----

18.

Animal Husbandry Assistance to small and marginal farmers/agricultural labourers.

 

 

(i) Replacement of draught/milch animals or animals used for haulage.

As per the rates prescribed under appropriate schemes of Ministry of Rural Development.

 

(ii) Provision of fodder in cattle camps.

Large Animals-Rs. 18 per day.

Small Animals-Rs. 9.00 per day.

 

(iii) Water supply in Cattle Camps

As per assessment on a case- to-case basis.

 

(iv) Additional Cost of medicines and vaccine (calamity related requirements)

As per assessment on a case- to-case basis.

 

(v) Supply of fodder outside cattle camps.

Additional expenditure on transport to neutralize calamity related price rise to be determined on case-to-case basis.

 

 

(vi) Movement of useful cattle to other areas.

On expert assessment of Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying on a scheme being submitted in this behalf by the State Government concerned.

19.

Assistance to Fishermen.

 

 

(a) For repair/replacement of boats, nets and damaged or lost.

Subsidy will be provided other equipment subject to ceilings on subsidy per family as per SGSY pattern.

 

--Boat--

--Dugout-canoe--

--Catamaran--

--Nets--

The cost of boats will be determined with reference to approved cost under SGSY

 

(b) Input subsidy for fish seed farm.

Ts. 2,000/- per hectare

20.

Assistance to artisans in handicrafts sector by way of subsidy for repair/replacement of damaged equipments.

 

 

(a) Traditional Crafts

 

 

(i) For damaged equipments.

Rs. 1,000/- per person

 

(ii) For raw material.

Rs. 1,000/- per person

 

(b) For Handloom Weavers.

 

 

    Infrastructure relating to communication, power, public health, drinking water supply, primary education and community owned assets in the social sector.

 

17.

Replacement of damaged medical equipments and lost medicines of Govt. hospitals/ health centers.

             -- do --

18.

Operational cost ( of POL only ) for Ambulance Service, Mobile Medical Teams and temporary dispensaries.

             -- do --

19.

Cost of clearance of debris

              -- do --

20.

Draining of flood water in affected areas

              -- do --

21.

Cost of search and rescue measures

              -- do --

22.

Disposal of dead bodies/carcasses

              -- do --

23.

Training to specialist multi-disciplinary groups/ teams of the State personnel drawn from different cadres/ services.

Expenditure to be met from CRF

24.

Procurement of essential search, rescue and evacuation equipments including communication equipments subject to a ceiling of 10% of the CRF allocation of the year.

To be assessed by the State Level Committee for CRF

25.

Installation of public utility for digit code telephone (calls not metered):

Expenditure to be met from CRF

CRF:- Calamity Relief Fund

NCCF:- National Calamity Contingency Fund .

POL:- Petrol, Oil and Lubricants.

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

FLOOD EMERGENCY                  GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

MOST IMMEDIATE                     DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

                                                   (EMERGENCY RELIEF BRANCH)

 

To

 

 

1. All the Commissioners of Divisions in the state.

2. All the Deputy Commissioners in the State.

    Memo No. 7/7/95-ER-11/5192

    Chandigarh, dated the 14-9-1995

 

 

Subject:-                  Instructions regarding relief for persons affected by heavy rains/floods during the 1955 monsoon season.

 

                                                            ******

 

                                In partial modification of the instructions issued vide this Department Memo. No. 7/7/95-ER-11/4731, dated 25th August, 1995 Government have further revised upward the norms of relief of various items for the grant of relief for loss by natural calamities as detailed below:-

Sr. No.

 

Items

Revised norms

1.

Grant for animals lost on account

of heavy rains/floods/

hailstorms/fire or lightning.

          

(1) Rs. 4,000/- per buffalo/bullock/crossbred cow .

Rs. 2,000/- per desi cow.

Rs 800/- per goat/sheep/pig.

2.

Relief on account of damage to standing crops. 

(1) Where crop is totally damaged in early stage but area can be re-sown in the same season, farmers may be allowed relief for seeds, fertilizers etc., @ Rs. 700/- per acre.

 

 (I1) Where crop is totally damaged in early stage but area cannot be re-sown, relief may be allowed @ RS. 1,000/- per acre..

 

(III) Relief on account of damage of mature standing/harvested crops at the following rates may be allowed

 

(a) Where the loss to standing/harvested crops exceeds 75%

Rs. 2,000/- per acre.

 

(b) Where the loss to standing/harvested crops exceeds 50% but does not exceed 75%.

Rs. 1,000/- per acre.

 

(c) Where the loss to standing/harvested crops exceeds 25% but does not exceed 50%.

Rs. 700/- per acre.

            The relief which was earlier admissible up to maximum of 5 acres per Khatauni or the actual area affected whichever is less depending on the damage  actually caused, has been raised to 10 acres.

3.

House repair grants (in rural & urban areas) by heavy rains/floods

(a) For a fully damaged pucca house:- Rs. 10,000/-

 

 

(b) For partially damaged pucca house:- Rs. 5,000/-

 

 

(c) For totally damaged kacha house- Rs. 6,000/-

 

 

(d) For partially damaged kacha house-Rs. 3,000/-

 

 

(e) For totally damaged hut:- Rs. 2,000/-

 

 

(f) For partially damaged hut:-Rs. 1,000/-

4.

Grant for fodder for heavy rains/floods.

Rs. 15/- per large.

Rs. 7.50 per small animal per day.

5.

In the case of fire, the following relief  will also be admissible:-

         Full cost of providing medical relief to the victims of fire would be met by the Government. Relief on account of the losses due to fire:-

          

                 20% of the total loss subject to a maximum of Rs. 50,000/- in any individual case  in respect of properties/crops which were not ensured without any condition relating to income of the affected person.         

 

2.           The above norms shall be applicable in respect of the damage caused on or after 4.8.1995.               

3.

 The other terms and conditions for grant of relief to affected persons will remain the same as laid down in the previous instructions issued by Government from time to time.

                                                                                   

                                                                                            -Sd-

                                                                       Joint Secretary to Govt, Punjab

                                                                           Revenue(L) Department.

 

Endst. No. 7/7/95-ER-11/5193      Chandigarh, dated the 14-9-1995

   

                           A copy is forwarded to the Principal Secretary Finance, Punjab for information in continuation of this Department Endst.No.7/7/95-ER-II/4732, dated    25.8.95.

                                                                                                                                                                       

                                                                                            -Sd-

                                                                        Joint Secretary to Govt, Punjab

                                                                             Revenue(L) Department.

 

 

Endst. No. 7/7/95-ER-11/5194      Chandigarh, dated the 14-9-1995

 

                        A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to the:-   

1. Accountant General, Punjab (Audit/A&E) Chandigarh.

2. Officer-On-Special Duty (Rules)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          -Sd-

                                                                       Joint Secretary to Govt, Punjab

                                                                            Revenue(L) Department.

 

 

Endst. No. 7/7/95-ER-11/5195      Chandigarh, dated the 14-9-1995

 

                        A copy is forwarded to Shri B.K. Taimni, Additional Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture and co-operation, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi-110001 with reference to this Department Endst. No. 7/7/95-ER-II/4734, dated 25.8.95 for information and necessary action.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     -Sd-

                                                                        Joint Secretary to Govt, Punjab

                                                                              Revenue(L) Department.

 

 

Endst. No. 7/7/95-ER-11/5196      Chandigarh, dated the 14-9-1995

                       

A copy is forwarded to the following:-

(1)        PSCM (for kind information of the Chief Minister)

(2)        Secretary to Finance Minister (for kind information of Finance Minister)

(3)        Secretary to Agriculture, forest and cooperation Minister (for kind information of Agriculture, Forest and Cooperation minister)

(4)        Secretary to Transport Minister (for kind information of Transport Minister)

(5)        Secretary to Food & Supplies Minister (for kind information of Food and Supplies Minister)

(6)        Secretary to Education Minister (for kind information of Education Minister)

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 -Sd-

                                                                        Joint Secretary to Govt, Punjab

                                                                              Revenue(L) Department.

 

___________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

(EMERGENCY RELIEF BRANCH)

 

To

 

1.      All the Commissioners of Divisions in the State.

2.      All the Deputy Commissioners in the State.

Memo No. 2/6/2001-ER/10340

Chandigarh, Dated. 26-11-2001.

 

Subject:-                     Instructions regarding relief for persons affected by cyclone, drought, earthquake, fire, flood and hailstorm.

 

                                                                 ******

 

                                    Keeping in view the guidelines received from Govt. of India, Govt. have decided to revise the norms of relief of various items for the grant of relief for loss by natural calamities as detailed below

 

Sr. No.

Items

Norms

1.

    Gratuitous Relief

 

 

(a) Ex-gratia payment to families of deceased persons.

Rs. 50,000/- per deceased.

 

(b) Ex-gratia payment for loss of a limb or eyes.

Rs. 25,000/- per person (The Gratutious relief for loss of limb etc should be extended only when the disability is more than 40% and certified by a govt. doctor or doctors from panel approved by the Govt.)

 

(c) Grievous injury requiring hospitalization for more than a week.

Rs. 5,000/- per person.

 

(d) Relief for the old, infirm and destitute children.

Rs. 20/- per adult.

Rs. 10/- per child, per day.

 

(e) Clothing and utensils for families whose houses have been washed away.

Rs.500/- for clothing and

Rs. 500/- for utensils per family.

2.

Supplementary Nutrition

Rs. 1.05 per day per head as per ICDS norms.

3.

Assistance to small and

Marginal farmers for:

 

 

(a)    Desiliting etc

(b)   Removal of debris in hill areas, and

25% and 33-1/3% to small farmers and marginal farmers respectively on the basis of NABARD pattern subject to the ceiling of Rs. 5,000/- per hectare.

 

(c) Desiliting/Restoration/Repair of fish farms.

 

(d) Relief on account of damage to standing/harvested crops.

Norms already fixed by the State Govt. may continue from the next financial year, no relief will be given on account of “no crops sown” due to floods, water logging or any other reasons.

 

(e) Loss of substantial portion of land caused by landside, avalanche, change of course of rivers.

Rs. 10,000/- per hectare.

4.

Employment Generation (only to meet additional requirements after taking into account, funds available under plan schemes viz. JRY, IJRY, EAS, etc.)

As per Jawahar Gram Samridhi Yojana norms.

5.

Animal Husbandary

Assistance to small and marginal farmers/agricultural labourers

 

(a) For replacement of draught animals, milch animals or animals for livelihood.

(i)Rs. 4,000/- per buffalo/bullock/crossbread cow.

(ii) Rs. 2,000/- per Desi Cow.

(iii) Rs 800/- per goat/sheep/pig.

(iv)Rs. 4,000/- per horse/camel.

(v) Rs. 2,000/- per mule/Donkey/Poney.

 

(b) For provision of fodder/fodder concentrate.

Large Animals- Rs. 12.00 per day

Small Animals- Rs. 6,00 per day.

 

(c) Procurement, storage and movement of fodder.

As per assessment by NCCM/State Level Committee.

 

(d) Movement of useful cattle to other areas.

As per assessment by NCCM/State Level Committee.

6.

Assistance to fishermen.

 

(a) For repair/replacement of boats, nets and damaged or lost.

Subsidy will be provided for other equipments subject to ceilings on subsidy per family as per SGSY pattern.

 

-Boat-

The cost of boats will also be determined with reference to approved cost under SGSY.

 

-Dugour-Canee

 

 

-Catamaran

 

 

-Nets

 

 

(b) Input subsidy for fish seed farms

Rs. 2,000/- per hectare.

7.

Assistance to artisans in handicrafts sector by way of subsidy for repair/replacement of damaged equipments.

 

 

(a) Traditional Crafts

 

 

(i)  For damaged equipments.

Rs. 1,000/- per person.

 

(ii) For raw material.

Rs. 1,000/- per persons.

 

(b) For Handloom Weavers

 

 

(i)  Repair/replacement of loom equipments and accessories

Rs. 1,000/- per loom.

 

(ii) Purchase of yarn and other materials.

Rs. 1,000/- per loom.

8.

Assistance for repair/restoration of damaged houses.

 

 

(a) Fully damaged houses

 

 

(i) Pucca House

Rs. 10,000/- per house.

 

(ii) Kuchha House

Rs. 6,000/- per house.

 

(b) Severely damaged houses

 

 

(i) Pucca House

Rs. 2,000/- per house.

 

(ii) Kuchha House

Rs. 12,00/- per house.

 

(c) Marginally Damaged Houses

Rs. 800/- per house.

9.

Emergency supply of drinking water including transportation of drinking water in urban areas.

To be assessed by State Level Committee for CRF.

10.

Provision of medicines, disinfectants insecticides for prevention of outbreak of epidemics.

To be assessed by the State Level Committee for CRF.

11.

Medical care for cattle and poultry against epidemics.

-Do-

12.

Evacuation of people affected/likely to be affected

-Do-

13.

Hiring of boats for carrying immediate relief and saving life.

-Do-

14.

Provision for temporary accommodation, food, clothing, medical care etc. of people affected/evacuated.

-Do-

15.

Air dropping of essential supplied.

-Do-

16.

Repair/restoration of immediate nature of the damaged infrastructure relating to communication, power, public health, drinking water supply, primary education and community owned assets in the social sector.

-Do-

17.

Replacement of damaged medical equipment and lost medicines of Govt. hospitals/health centres.

-Do-

18.

Operational cost (of POL only) for Ambulance Service, Mobile medical teams and temporary dispensaries.

-Do-

19.

Cost of clearance of debris.

-Do-

20.

Draining of flood water in affected areas.

-Do-

21.

Cost of search and rescue measures.

-Do-

22.

Disposal of dead bodies/careasses

-Do-

23.

Training to core multidisciplinary groups of the State Officers drawn from different cadres-expenditure to be met from CRF

-Do-

 

            The above norms shall be applicable in respect of the damage caused on or after 22.10.2001. 

            The other terms and conditions for grant of relief to affected persons will remain the same as laid down in the previous instructions issued by Government from time to time.   

 

                                                                             -Sd-

                                                Deputy Secretary to Government of Punjab

                                                                    Revenue Department.

 

 

Endst No. 2/6/2001-ER-II/10341                Chandigarh dated the 26-11-01

 

            A copy is forwarded to the Principal Secretary, Finance Punjab for information in continuation of this Department I.D. No. 7/17/2001-ER-II/9780, dated 29-10-2001, vide which the minutes of the meeting held on 22-10-2001 under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Punjab were sent to him.

 

                                                                              -Sd-

                                                Deputy Secretary to Government of Punjab

                                                                   Revenue Department.

 

 

Endst No. 2/6/2001-ER-II/10342                Chandigarh dated, the 26-11-01

 

            A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to:-

 

1. Accountant General, Punjab (Audit/A.E.), Chandigarh.

2. Under Secretary (Rules) Revenue Department.

 

                                                                              -Sd-

                                                Deputy Secretary to Government of Punjab

                                                                     Revenue Department.

 

 

Endst No. 2/6/2001-ER-II/10343                Chandigarh dated the 26-11-01

 

            A copy is forwarded to the Director (NDM), Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture and Cooperation, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi in continuation of this Department letter No. 2/6/2001-ER-II/9950, dated 6.11.2001 for information.

 

                                                                               -Sd-

                                                Deputy Secretary to Government of Punjab

                                                                      Revenue Department.

 

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

                                                    GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

                            DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND REHABILITATION

                                               (EMERGENCY RELIEF BRANCH)

 

 

To

 

                                    All the Commissioners

                                    and Deputy Commissioners,

                                    in the State of Punjab.

                                    Memo.No. 7/4/2001-ER-II/5003

                                    Chandigarh, dated 12/7/2001

 

Subject:                         Relief for loss of crop on account of fire.

                                              

                                                      *****

 

1.                                  Relief for loss of crop/property on account of fire was being provided by the State Government till 14/7/1997 when the Revenue Department Vide its memo No.5/70/97.ER.IV/4815, dated 14.7.1997 stopped it with effect from1/4/1997.            

 

2.                                  The State Government has reconsidered the issue in view of a number of cases of crop loss due to fire in the Districts. The Punjab State Electricity Board vide its instructions No. 28435/29030/GB-348, dated 5/5/2001 has made provision for grant of relief for crop loss on account of fire caused by electrical short circuit/faults. The District authorities would forward such cases to the Electricity Board. The State Government will provide relief @ RS. 3,000/- per acre for mature standing/harvested crop destroyed on account of fire caused by lightening or any other cause subject to the following terms and conditions:-

 

(a)                      The cause of fire should be other than electrical faults/short     circuit.

 

(b)                       The fire cases would be reported promptly and the Circle Revenue Officer would verify such cases after a spot visit preferably within 48 hours. He would satisfy himself about the cause of fire, the condition of crop and the extent of damage.The Sarpanch, Village Panch and Nambardars etc and owners of adjoining fields would be associated with the verification. Other factors like requisitioning the service of fire brigade could also be taken into account while making the verification. 

 

           (c)                         The relief @ Rs 3000/- per acre would be provided  for                                          completely destroyed mature standing/harvested crop.

           

           (d)                         The relief for maximum of 10 acres per Khatauni would be provided.

         

           (e)                          These instructions would cover the cases of fire loss

                                          occurring after 10/7/2001.

 

                                         The other conditions for grant of relief would be the same as in the case of crop loss due to floods.

 

                                                                                                -Sd-                

                                                                                      (Satish Chandra)

                                                                             Secretary to Govt., Punjab,

                                                                         Revenue and Rehabilitation Deptt.

 

             Endst. No. 7/4/2001-ER.II/5004                     Chandigarh, dated 12/7/2001.

 

                                   A copy is forwarded to the Principal Secretary Finance, Punjab for information.                                                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                      -Sd-                

                                                                                      (Satish Chandra)

                                                                             Secretary to Govt., Punjab,

                                                                         Revenue and Rehabilitation Deptt.

 

              Endst. No. 7/4/2001-ER.II/5005                     Chandigarh, dated 12/7/2001.

 

                                   A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to the:

 

                                   1.   Accountant General, Punjab (Audit/A&E) Chandigarh.

                                   2.   Officer on Special Duty (Rules).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            -Sd-                

                                                                                      (Satish Chandra)

                                                                             Secretary to Govt., Punjab,

                                                                         Revenue and Rehabilitation Deptt.

           

            

                Endst. No. 7/4/2001-ER.II/5006                     Chandigarh, dated 12/7/2001.

           

                                       A copy is forwarded to additional Secretary to Govt. of India, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture & Cooperation, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi for information and necessary action. 

                                                                                        

                                                                                              -Sd-                

                                                                                      (Satish Chandra)

                                                                             Secretary to Govt., Punjab,

                                                                         Revenue and Rehabilitation Deptt.

         

                Endst. No. 7/4/2001-ER.II/5007                     Chandigarh, dated 12/7/2001.

           

                                        A copy is forwarded to PSCM (for kind information of the Chief Minister)

                                                                                                -Sd-                

                                                                                      (Satish Chandra)

                                                                             Secretary to Govt., Punjab,

                                                                         Revenue and Rehabilitation Deptt.

           

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Government of Punjab

                                Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation

                                        (Stamp and Registration Branch)

                                           N0. 13/7/2002-ST-II/9093 

 

To

 

                                 All the Collectors (Deputy Commissioners)

                                 in the State.

                                 Chandigarh, dated the 26-10-2005.

 

Subject:-                   Deposit of stamp duty at the counters of State Bank of India.

 

                                                         ******

Sir,

 

                                 I am directed to refer to the subject noted above and to say that vide Finance (No. 2) Act, 2004, No. 23 of 2004 published in the Gazette of Government of India on 10th September, 2004 in the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 in section 2, the following clause No. 26 has been inserted namely:-

                               

                                 (26) “Stamp” means any mark, seal or endorsement by any                                   agency or person duly authorized by the State Government, and includes an adhesive or impressed stamp, for the purpose

                                  of duty chargeable under this Act.

2.                               It would be observed that the amendment mentioned above enables the payment of stamp duty by means any mark, seal or endorsement by any agency or person duly authorized by the State Government, and includes an adhesive or impressed stamp, for the purposes of duty chargeable under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899.

3.                               The matter of deposit of stamp duty in cash at the counters of State Bank of India at District Headquarters, where the such branches exist has been considered by the State Government. In view of the provisions reproduced above, it has been decided that the stamp duty amounting to Rs. 20,000/- or more in a single transaction shall be deposited by the vendor/vendors, as the case may be, at the branches of State Bank of India a situated at District Headquarter where Government receipts are accepted. No stamp duty shall be accepted by any of the Sub-Registrar/Joint Sub-Registrar or any other officer for amounts mentioned above through stamps/stamp papers from the date from which the State Bank of India permits/accepts the such a deposit.

4.                                The following procedure shall be observed at the counters of State Bank of India for deposit of  stamp duty:-

(i)         The depositor of the stamp duty shall fill the requisite challan form in triplicate as here-to-fore. This challan form shall contain the Head of Account (for stamp duty and additional stamp duty) to which the duty is to be deposited. The blank challan forms shall be supplied by the treasury to the bank as was supplied-here-to-fore to any individual.

(ii)         The bank shall issue a receipt on a performa, a copy of which is enclosed at Annexure, on specially designed paper duly signed by their authorized officer.

(iii)         Depositor shall produce this receipt in original duly pasted on the paper on which deed is presented for registration.

(iv)         The Registering Officer shall intimate the user ID to the concerned branch of the State Bank of India to enables them to transmit the particulars of the depositor as well as amount deposited.

(v)          The concerned branch of the State Bank of India shall transmit the data as at (iii) above to the Registering Officer daily on line immediately on each of the working days.

(vi)         The registering officer shall verify the deposit of stamp duty in State Bank of India as shown in the receipt presented to him by the depositer from branch of the state bank of India through internet, before releasing the instrument to the executant/executer of the instrument. The modem for the purpose of internet shall be purchased by the registering officer through the Deputy Commissioner out of existing budget provisions.

(vii)         The concerned branch of the State Bank of India shall transmit the entire data of the stamp duty and additional stamp duty to the concerned treasury officer on each day as here-to-fore.

(viii)         The State Bank of India shall install software in the computer in the office of concerned registering officers and impart training to them to ensure that payment has actually been deposited in the bank by the depositor.

(ix)           The State Bank of India shall be authorized to collect charges on account of deposit of duty from the depositor as follows:-

 

Amount of Deposit

Charges

Upto Rs. 20,000/-

Rs. 20/-

Rs. 20001 to Rs.100000/-

Rs. 100/-

Rs. 100001 to Rs. 500000/-

Rs. 500/-

Rs. 500001 and above

Rs. 1000/-

These rates will be subject to review after a period of one year.

 

(x)            The Deposit of the stamp duty shall start as per schedule given by the State Bank of India in each branch situated at District Headquarters.

(xi)            Reconciliation of the amount deposited of stamp duty/additional stamp duty will be done by bank with treasury every week.

(xii)           The names and addresses of the Sub-Registrars/Joint Sub-Registrars may be intimated to the concerned branch of the State Bank of India to enable them to mail pass words to them so that they can view their accounts. Their telephone numbers may also be communicated to the branch of the bank.

5.                              The branches of the State Bank of India at Bhatinda, Faridkot, Sangrur, Mansa, Ropar and Kapurhala will start this work when they got permission to start collection of stamp duty from the Reserve Bank of India.

6.                               It is requested that these instructions may be brought to the notice of the all concerned for strict compliance.

 

                                                                                 Yours faithfully          

                                                                                         -Sd-

                                                                            Under Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No. 13/7/2002-ST-II/9094                Chandigarh, dated the 26-10-2005.

A copy is forwarded to:-

 

1.     All the Commissioners of Divisions.

2.     Inspector General of Registration, Punjab, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar.

3.     The Director Treasury and Accounts, Punjab, Chandigarh.

4.     The Assistant General Manager, State Bank of India, Sector-17-B, Chandigarh with reference to his letter No. GBD, dated ‘Nil’ (received on 14-10-2005) for information and necessary action.

 

                                                                                         -Sd-

                                                                             Under Secretary Revenue

        

Counterfoil For Branch

Recd. Rs.__

From____

S/o______

R/o______

For credit

Of Govt. of Punjab Account towards Stamp Duty

 

 

Signatures

                                      State Bank of India

___________Branch__________Code No.

________________Sl. No. Unique printed____________

 RECEIPT

Received a sum of Rs.___________ (Rupees__________________only) from Shri/Smt.________S/o, D/o, W/o__________residing at___________for credit of Government of Punjab account towards Stamp Duty.

 

Date:

 

Place:                         (Signatures of Authorised Officer)

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

Government of Punjab

                                 Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation

                                      (Stamp and Registration Branch)

                                           N0. 13/7/2002-ST-II/3354     

To

 

                                 All the Collectors (Deputy Commissioners)

                                  in the State.

                                 Chandigarh, dated the 3-3-2006.

 

Subject:-                    Deposit of stamp duty through stamp papers and stamps at the counters of State Bank of India.

 

                                                         ******

Sir,

 

                                   I am directed to refer to Punjab Government letter No. 13/7/2002-ST-II/9093, dated 26.10.2005 on the subject cited above and to say that para 3 of the letter under reference inter-alia provides that stamp duty amounting to Rs. 20,000/- or more in a single transaction shall be deposited by the vendee/vendor, as the case may be, at the branches of State Bank of India situated at District Headquarter where Government receipts are accepted. Further that no stamp duty shall be accepted by any of the Sub–Registrar/ Joint Sub-Registrar or any other officer for amounts mentioned above through stamps/stamp papers from the date from which the State bank of India permits/ accepts the such a deposit. The matter has been reconsidered by the State Government and it has been decided, in partial modification of the communication referred to above, that stamp duty would also be accepted as here to fore upto Rs. 50,000/- in a single transaction through stamps/stamp papers obtained from the licensed stamp vendors by vendee/vendor. However stamp duty amounting to Rs. 20,000/- or more in a single transaction, in addition, shall also be continued to be paid/accepted as here to form, at District Headquarter through State Bank of India as mentioned in Punjab Govt. letter dated 26.10.2005.

 

 

                                                                              Yours faithfully,

                                                                                     -Sd-

                                                                      Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

 Endst. No. 13/7/2002-ST-11/3355  Chandigarh, dated the 3-3-2006.

 

 A copy is forwarded to:

1.          All the Commissioners of Divisions;

2.          Inspector General of Registration, Punjab, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar;

3.          The Director Treasury and Accounts, Punjab, Chandigarh;

4.           The Assistant General Manager, State Bank of India, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh with reference to this Deptt. Letter No. 13/7/2002-ST-         11/9094, dated 26.10.05.

 

         For information and necessary action.

 

                                                                -Sd-

                                                Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 Government of Punjab

                                 Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation

                                         (Stamp and Registration Branch)

                                             N0. 13/7/2002-ST-II/12469   

To

 

                                 All the Collectors (Deputy Commissioners)

                                 in the State.

                                 Chandigarh, dated the 13-9-2006.

 

Subject:-                    Deposit of stamp duty at the counters of State Bank of India.

 

                                                            ******

Sir,

 

                                     I am directed to refer to Punjab Government letter No.

13/7/2002-ST-II/9093, dated 26.10.2005 and letter No. 13/7/2002-ST-II/3354, dated 3.3.2006 (copy enclosed for ready reference) and to say that the matter of deposit of stamp duty at the branches of State Bank of India has further been considered and it has been decided that the stamp duty may be allowed to be deposited at the counters of the State Bank of India situated at the Tehsil and Sub-Tehsil level in addition to the district headquarters on the terms and conditions mentioned in the communications noted above with immediate effect.

2.                              The districts which have not started getting the stamp duty deposited in accordance with the instructions referred to above would also make immediate arrangement for the same at the district headquarters in addition to Tehsil and Sub-Tehsil falling under their control immediately under intimation to the State Government.

 

                                                                        Yours faithfully,

                                                                                -Sd-

                                                               Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

Endst. No. 13/7/2002-ST-II/12470                  Chandigarh, dated 13-9-2006.

A copy is forwarded to:

1.   All the Commissioners of Divisions;

2.   The Inspector General of Registration, Punjab, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar;

3.   The Director Treasury and Accounts, Punjab, Chandigarh for information       and necessary action.

 

                                                                                   -Sd-

                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

                   A copy is forwarded to the Secretary, Coordination, Govt. of Punjab, Department of General Administration with reference to his Endst. No. 20/7/2006-GC(I)/11505 dated 24-8-2006 for information.

 

                                                                                     -Sd-

                                                                      Under Secretary Revenue(B)

To

                     The Secretary Govt. of Punjab,

                     Department of general Administration,

                     (General Coordination Branch)

 

I.D. No. 13/7/2002-ST-II/12471                 Chandigarh, dated 13-9-2006.

   Endst. No. 13/7/2002-ST-II/12472              Chandigarh, dated 13-9-2006.

 

                     A copy is forwarded to the Assistant General Manager, State Bank of India, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh for immediate necessary action.

 

2                   He is requested to make necessary arrangements for collection of stamp duty at Tehsil and Sub-Tehsil level as in the case of Tehsils at district headquarters and intimate the schedule for commencement of deposit of stamp duty at each Tehsil/Sub-Tehsil. A list of Tehsil/Sub-Tehsils is also enclosed.

 

                                                                                         -Sd-

                                                                       Under Secretary Revenue(B)

 

________________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, REHABILITATION

AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

( DISASTER MANAGEMENT -1 BRANCH )

 

To

 

                        All the Commissioners of Divisions

                        And Deputy Commissioners in the State.

 

                        Memo No. 4./10/2005-2-DM-1/ 1264

                        Chandigarh, dated the : 30.3.2007

 

Subject:-         Revision of norms for the grant of relief for the damage due to Natural calamities to the affected persons.

                                                          ------

 

                        In partial modification of the Govt. instructions issued vide this Department No. 7/7/1995-ER-II/5152 dated 14/09/1995 and Memo No. 2/6/2001-ERII/10340 dated 26/11/2001 for fixation of norms and rates, Govt. have decided further to revise the rates of following items for grant of relief to the following extent:-

 

  1.             Relief on account of damage to crops

 

            (i)         Where crop is totally damaged in early stage but area can not be resown in the same season farmer may be allowed relief for seeds, fertilizers, etc @ Rs.2,000/- per acre.

 

            (ii)        Where crop is totally damaged in early stage but area can be re-sown relief  may be allowed at the rate of Rs.1,000/- per acre.

 

(iii)               Relief on account of damage of mature standing/harvested crops at the following rates may, be allowed:-

 

(a)

Where the loss exceeds 75%

5,000/- per acre

(b)

   Where the loss exceeds 50%

    but does not exceed      75%

3.000/- per acre

(c)

   Where the loss exceeds 25%

    But does not exceed     50%

2,000/- per acre

 

 

 

 

 

 

            The relief will be admissible upto maximum of 10 acres per Khatauni or the actual area affected whichever is less depending on the damage actually caused.

            The relief may also be extended to all the farmers without any condition of small and  marginal farmers. However, in case of damages to fruit gardens, relief is to be granted for the damage caused by hailstorm and floods only to the fruit bearing trees from the stage of flowering to plucking of fruits. Relief will also be admissible only for the damage caused within specific dates which will  intimated by the Horticulture Department.

 

  1.             Assistance for repair/restoration of damaged houses

 

(a)

Fully damaged  houses

(i)         Pucca house

(ii)        Kucha house

 

Rs.20,000/- per house

Rs.12,000/- per house

(b)

Severely damaged houses

(i)                  Pucca house

(ii)                Kucha house

 

Rs.  4,000/- per house

Rs.  2,400/- per house

(c)

Partially damaged

House (where the damage is minimum 15%)

Rs.  1,600/- per house

 

3.         Gratultous relief for loss of human life

 

(a)

Ex-gratia Payment to families of deceased persons.

Rs.1,00,000/- per deceased

(b)

Ex-gratia payment for loss of a limb or eyes.

Rs.50,000/- person (The Gratuitous  relief for loss of limb etc. Should be extended only when the disability is more than 40% and certified by a Govt. doctor from panel approved by the Govt.

(c)

Grievous injury requiring hospitalization for more than a week

Rs.10,000/- per person

 

            The above  norms and rates  shall take effect in respect of the damage caused on or after 01-01-2007.

            The other terms and conditions and rates for grant of relief to affected persons will remain the same as laid down in the previous instructions issued from time to time.

 

                                                                                                -Sd-

                                                                                    Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No. 4/10/2005-2-DM-1/1265                           Chandigarh, dated the 30/3/07

            A copy is forwarded to the Finance Department for information and necessary action at their end.

                                                                                                -Sd-                                                                                                                             Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No. 4/10/2005-2-DM-1/1266                           Chandigarh, dated the 30/3/07

            A copy is forwarded to the Principal Accountant General (A&E) Punjab, for information and necessary action at their end.

                                                                                                -Sd-

                                                                                    Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No. 4/10/2005-2-DM-1/1267                           Chandigarh, dated the 30/3/07

            A copy is forwarded to Under Secretary  (Rules), Revenue Department for information and necessary action at their end.

                                                                                                -Sd-

                                                                                    Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No. 4/10/2005-2-DM-1/1268                           Chandigarh, dated the 30/3/07

            A copy is forwarded to the Director , NDM, Govt. of India , Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi  for information and necessary action at their end.

 

                                                                                                -Sd-

                                                                                    Secretary Revenue

 

 

 


 

Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue, Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

( D.M-3 Branch )

 

To

 

                        All the Deputy Commissioners

                        in the State of Punjab.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M-3/1570

                        Chandigarh, dated 31.3.2006

 

 

Subject:-          Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims- Sanction thereof.

 

                        ‘Rehabilitation Package’ for 1984 riot affected cases/victims was announced by Government of India vide letter no. U 13018/46/2005-Delhi–1(NC) dated 16.1.06.

 

2.                     In addition to other recommendations (to be implemented by GOI and other states in which riots took place and loss of life and property occurred), it also recommended Rehabilitation Grant for the families that migrated to Punjab and are still living in Punjab under para 1 (xii) of the above said letter.

 

3.                     It also required setting up of Committees at District and State Levels as per para 3(iv) & (v) for implementing the package. Same were constituted after approval of Chief  Secretary to Government of Punjab vide letter dated 10.2.06.

 

4.                     The first meeting of the State Committee was held on 10.3.06 and technical sanction was conveyed vide memo no. 1/2/2005-IDM-3/1457,dated 24.3.06.

 

5.                     The State Committee now in its meeting held on 30.3.06 has revised the claims sanctioned in its first meeting held on 10.3.06(column 3) and further sanctioned the claims (column 5) under the following categories on the basis of fresh reports from DCs.

      i.                                 Claims received up to 28.2.06 and recommended by District Committees.

 

ii.                               Claims where the district other than in which the claimants are residing at present (within the State of Punjab), issued the red cards.

 

iii.                              Claims where red cards were cancelled on the grounds that these families shifted to some other district/ subdivision but are still living in Punjab.

 

iv.                             Claims  in which the families are having valid red cards and domiciles of  Punjab but residing at Chandigarh.

 

 6.                                          The details of claims sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2 Lac per family are as under:-           

 

Sr No.

Name of the District

Revised No.of Claims sanctioned in the State Committee meeting held on 10.3.06

Letter No. vide which recommend actions were received from DCs

Claims sanctioned in the State Committee meeting held on 30.3.06

Reference letter from DCs

Total No. of Claims sancti-oned

Funds sancti-oned (Rs. In lacs)

1.

Nawanshehar

47

D.O. No. 2304/ MA dt. 28.2.06

2

No.3194 /MA dt. 28.3.06

49

98

2.

Moga

137

No.154/ RRA, dt. 6-3-2006 and no. 192 RRA dt.16-3-06

-

-

137

274

3.

Mansa

33

No.126/ MVS dt.28-2-06

8

No.194/RRK dt. 28.3.06

41

82

4

Patiala

813

No.193 RRA dt.06-3-06 No.209 RRA dt.09-3-06

3+11=14

No.280/ RRA dt. 29.3.06

827

1654

5

Ropar

1310

No.195/ R.cell dt. 9.3.06 and 238/RR Cell dt.17.3.06

37+22=59

No.244/ R Cell dt. 28.3.06

1369

2738

6

Faridkot

71

No.44/ RRA dt.27.2..06

-

-

71

142

7

Gurdaspur

323

No.185/ RRA dt.6.3.06

14

No.273/ RRA dt. 29.3.06

337

674

8

Bathinda

242

No.253 MVS dt.28.2.06

-

No.350/ MVS dt. 28.3.06

242

484

9

Ferozepur

58

No.1806/ RRA dt.3.3.06

5

No.1840/RRA dt. 29.3.06

63

126

10

Jalandhar

705

No.283/ RRA dt.9.3.06

5

No.330/ RRC dt. 28.3.06

710

1420

11

Hoshiarpur

173

No.60/ RRA dt.1.3.06

1

No.138/ RRA dt. 28.3.06

174

348

12

Muktsar

44

No.238/ RRA dt.6.3.06

-

-

44

88

13

Amritsar

876

No. MA-2 /RC-2/275 dt.8.3.06

-

No.MA2/ RC-2/ 445 dt. 29.3.06

876

1752

14

Ludhiana

1071

No.474/ RRA dt.8.3.06

198+67+159=424

No.567/ RRA dt. 16.3.06 and 994/ CEA-Steno/ RRA dt. 17.3.06 and No.715/ RRA dt. 28.3.06

1495

2990

15

Sangrur

223

No.316./ RRA dt.

 

4

No.372/ RRA dt. 24.3.06 and 321/ RRA dt. 13.3.06

227

454

16

Fatehgarh Sahib

151

No.42/ RRA dt. 1.3.06

-

-

151

302

17

Kapurthala

191

No.473/ Spl. RRA dt.10.3.06

5

No-487/ RRA dt. 16.3.06

196

392

 

Total

6468

 

541

 

7009

14018

 

7.                                    Financial sanction amounting to Rs. 140,18,00,000/-(Rs. One Hundred Forty Crores and Eighteen Lacs ) is accorded under Major head “ 2235-Social Security & Welfare-60 other Social Security & Welfare Program- 200 –other programs-08- assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

8.                                    Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.

9.                                    This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No. 5/3/06- 2FE6/117,dated 29./3.06.

 

 

                                                                        DIRECTOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT

                                                                                                     PUNJAB

 

Endst.No. 7/1/2005-5DM – 3/1571                             Chandigarh, dated  31.3.06

 

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:

1.                  Accountant General (Audit ), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.                  Accountant General (A&E),Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.                  All District Treasury Officers, Punjab.

           

                                                           

                                                                        DIRECTOR DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                                    PUNJAB

 

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their I.D.No. 5/3/06-2FE6/117, dated 29.3.06 for information and necessary action.

 

 

                                                                        DIRECTOR DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                                    PUNJAB

 

To

1.                  Department of Finance

            (FE-6 Branch)

2.                  Department of Finance

            (FB-1 Branch)

 

 

I.D.No. 7/1/2005-5DM-3/1572                       Chandigarh, dated  31.3.06

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Ludhiana.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1645

                        Chandigarh, dated 5-4-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction no.7/1/2005-D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

2.                  The State committee in its meeting held on 5.4.06 has sanctioned 1973 cases as below :-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DC Ludhiana

Claims sanctioned in the State committee meeting held on 5.4.06

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned @ Rs.2.00 per family  (Rs. In Lacs)

 

1.

Ludhiana

No.994/CEA/ Steno  dt. 17.3.06  and letter no. 664/ RRA  dt. 24.3.06 and proceeding of meeting dt. 5.4.2006

1528+410+21+14=1973

1973

3946

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.39,46,00,000/-(Rs. Thirty Nine Crores and Forty Six Lac) is accorded under Major head “2235-Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee as intimated earlier.  

5.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/117,dated 29.3.06.

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            DIRECTOR DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                        PUNJAB

 

  

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/                           Chandigarh, dated 5-4-2006

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.                  Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.                  Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.                  District Treasury Officer, Ludhiana.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            DIRECTOR DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                        PUNJAB

 

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/117,datded 29.3.06. for information and necessary action:          

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/

                                                            DIRECTOR DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                        PUNJAB

To

1.                  Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/                               Chandigarh, dated 5-4-2006

 

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Mukatsar, Patiala, Sangrur and

                        Faridkot.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/2971

                        Chandigarh, dated 4-5-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

                        In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 1.5.2006, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family are as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

Claims sanctioned in the State committee meeting held on 1.5.06

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

1.

Mukatsar

No. RRA 6/6/270 dt. 10.4.06

2(Subject to condition of issuing duplicate red card.

2(Subject to condition of issuing duplicate red card.

4

2.

Patiala

No.251/RRA dt. 17.3.2006 & 12.4.2006

1

1

2

3.

Sangrur

No.489/RRA dt. 25.4.2006

2

2

4

4.

Faridkot

No.61/RRA dt. 28.2.2006 & 25.4.2006

3

3

6

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.16,00,000/-(Rs. Sixteen Lac) is accorded under Major head “2235-Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.  

5.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/117,dated 29.3.06.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/

                                                            DIRECTOR DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                        PUNJAB

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Amritsar.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/3581

                        Chandigarh, dated 30-5-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

                        In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 29.5.2006, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family are as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendations were received from DC Ludhiana

Claims sanctioned in the State committee meeting held on 29.5.06

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

1.

Ludhiana

No.1069/RRA dt.17.5.2006

312

312

624

2.

Jalandhar

No.456/ RRC, dt.4.5.2006

4

4

8

3.

Amritsar

No.MA-2/ RC-2/ 876, dt.26.5.06

71

71

142

 

Total

 

387

387

774

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.774,00,000/-(Rs. Seven Hundred Seventy Four Lac) is accorded under Major head “2235-Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.  

5.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/117,dated 29.3.06.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            DIRECTOR DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                        PUNJAB


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        All the Deputy Commissioner,

                        In the State of Punjab,(Except Ludhiana,Sangrur,

                        Fatehgarh Sahib and Mohali).

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/7697

                        Chandigarh, dated 28-6-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

2.                In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 27.6.2006, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family are as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

No. of Claims Forwarded

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

1.

Nawanshehar

No.5637/MA dt.1.6.2006

16

16

32

2.

Moga

No.418/RRA dt. 6.6.2006

51

51

102

3.

Mansa

No.383/ RRK dt. 1.6.2006

4

4

8

4.

Patiala

No.669/ RRA dt. 7.6.2006

202

202

404

5.

Ropar

No.723/R. Cell dt. 23.6.2006

108

108

216

6.

Faridkot

No.197/RRA dt. 30.5.2006

12

12

24

7.

Gurdaspur

No.530/RRA dt. 30.5.2006

167

167

334

8.

Bathinda

No.617 MVS dt. 30.5.2006

43

43

86

9.

Ferozepur

No.2021/ RRA dt. 14.6.2006

20

20

40

10.

Jalandhar

No.650/RRA dt. 26.6.2006

148

148

296

11.

Hoshiarpur

No.419/RRA dt. 14.6.2006

99

99

198

12.

Mukastar

No.333/ RRA dt. 21.6.2006

7

7

14

13.

Amritsar

No.MA 2/ RC-2 /1172 dt. 15.6.2006

247

247

494

14.

Kapurthala

No.630/ RRA dt. 1.6.2006

39

39

78

 

Total

 

1163

1163

2326

 

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.23,26,00,000/-(Rs.Twenty Three Crores and Twenty Six Lac Only) is accorded under Major head “2235-Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Responsibility for wrong/excess payment will be of the concerned Officers/Officials.

5.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.  

6.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/117,dated 29.3.06.

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                      

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/ 7698                              Chandigarh, dated 5-4-2006

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.         Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

1.                  Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.                  All District Treasury Officer, Punjab (Except Ludhiana, Sangrur, Fatehgarh Sahib and Mohali).

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                     

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/117,datded 29.3.06. for information and necessary action:          

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

To

1.            Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/7699                                   Chandigarh, dated 28-6-2006

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        All the Deputy Commissioner,

                        Ludhiana,Sangrur,Fatehgarh Sahib and Mohali.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/7937

                        Chandigarh, dated 30-6-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

2.                In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 27.6.2006, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family as per Government of India announcement are as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

No. of Claims Farwarded

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

1.

Ludhiana

No.1281/RRA dt.7.6.2006 & 1397/ RRA dt.19.6.2006

879

879

1758

2.

Sangrur

No.745/ RRA dt. 12.6.2006 & 768/ RRA dt. 20.6.06

67

67

134

3.

Fatehgarh Sahib

No.176/ RRA dt. 21.6.2006

31

30

except Sr.No.33

60

4.

Mohali

No.109/ RRA dt. 14.6.2006

229

229

458

 

Total

 

1206

1205

2410

 

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.24,10,00,000/-(Rs.Twenty Four Crores and Ten Lac Only) is accorded under Major head “2235-Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Responsibility for wrong/excess payment will be of the concerned Officers/Officials.

5.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.   

6.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/117,datded 29.3.06 and I.D. No.5/3/06-2FE6/2393, dated 30.6.2006.

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                      

 

 

 

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/ 7938                              Chandigarh, dated 30-6-2006

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.         Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.         Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.         Treasury Officer, Ludhiana, Sangrur,     Fatehgarh Sahib and Mohali.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                     

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/117,datded 29.3.06 and I.D. No.5/3/06-2FE6/2394, dated 30.6.2006 for information and necessary action:      

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

To

1.            Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/7939                                   Chandigarh, dated 30-6-2006

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Gurdaspur, Ludhiana, Amritsar,

                        and Sangrur.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/9927

                        Chandigarh, dated 18-8-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

2.                In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 13.7.2006, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family are as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

Claims Sanctioned in the State Committee meeting held on 13.7.2006

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

1.

Gurdaspur

No.575/ RRA 22/6/06

1

1

2

2.

Ludhiana

No.1985/ RRA dt.4.7.2006 & No.2180/RRA dt. 4.7.2006

229+59=288

288

5.76

3.

Amritsar

No.MA.2/RC/1258 dt.27.6.06 & MA.2RC-2/1404 dt. 4.7.2006

102

102

2.04

4.

Sangrur

No.1853/ RRA dt. 6.7.2006

1

1

2

 

Total

 

392

392

7.84

 

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.7.84/-(Rs.Seven Crore Eighty Four  Lac Only) is accorded under Major head “2235-Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.  

5.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/2692,dated 11.8.06.

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                      

 

  

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/ 9927A                           Chandigarh, dated 18-8-2006

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.         Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.         Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.         District Treasury Officer,Gurdaspur, Ludhiana, Amritsar and Sangrur.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                     

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/2692,datded 11.8.06 for information and necessary action:         

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

To

1.         Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/9927B                                 Chandigarh, dated 18-8-2006

 

 

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Faridkot, Patiala, Jalandhar, Amritsar,

                        Mohali and Kapurthala.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/9920

                        Chandigarh, dated 18-8-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

2.                In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 18.8.2006, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family are as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

Claims  Sanctioned in the State Committee meeting held on 18.8.2006

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

1.

Faridkot

No.328/RRA dt. 2.8.2006

1

1

2

2.

Patiala

No.842/RRA dt. 20.7.2006

9

9

18

3.

Jalandhar

No.742/ RRC dt. 24.7.2006

7

7

14

4.

Amritsar

No.M.A.2/RC-2/1437 dt. 10.7.06

13

13

26

5.

Mohali

No.277/RRA dt. 2.8.2006

90

90

180

6.

Kapurthala

No.689/RRA dt. 28.7.2006

1

1

2

 

Total

 

121

121

2.42

 

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.2.42/-(Rs.Two Crore and forty two  Lac Only) is accorded under Major head “2235-Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.  

5.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/2394, dated 30.6.06.

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                      

 

 

 

 

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/ 9921                              Chandigarh, dated 18-8-2006

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.         Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.         Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.         District Treasury Officer,Faridkot, Patiala, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Mohali and Kapurthala.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                     

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/2394,datded 30.6.06 for information and necessary action:         

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

To

1.         Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/9922                                   Chandigarh, dated 18-8-2006

 

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Amritsar, Ludhiana, and Bathinda.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/11051

                        Chandigarh, dated 12-9-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

2.                In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 31.8.2006, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family are as under:-

 

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

Claims Sanctioned in the State Committee meeting held on 13.7.06 & 31.8.2006

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

1.

Amritsar

No.M.A-2/RC-2/ 1791, dt. 29.8.2006

13

13

26

2.

Ludhiana

No.3647/ RRA dt.18.8.2006

119

119

238

3.

Bathinda

No.1057/MVS, dt. 24.8.2006

1

1

2

 

Total

 

133

133

266

 

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.266/-(Rs.Two Crore and Sixty six   Lac Only) is accorded under Major head “2235- Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.  

5.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/3187,dated 12.9.2006.

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                      

  

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/ 11052                            Chandigarh, dated 12-9-2006

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.         Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.         Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.         District Treasury Officer,Ludhiana, Amritsar and Bathinda.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                     

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/3187,datded 12.9.06 for information and necessary action:         

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

To

1.         Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/11053                                 Chandigarh, dated 12-9-2006

 

 

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Amritsar and Patiala.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/13407

                        Chandigarh, dated 13-10-2006

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

2.                In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 21.9.2006 at 11.00 A.M, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family are as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

Claims Sanctioned in the State Committee meeting held on 21.9.2006 at 11.00 AM.

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

 1.

Amritsar

No.M.A-2/RC-2/ 1809, dt. 1.9.2006

8

8

16

2.

Patiala

No.1171/ RRA dt.6.9.2006 & 1166/ RRA dt/ 6.9.2006

2

2

4

 

Total

 

10

10

20

 

 

3.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.20,00,000/-(Rs.Twenty Lac Only) is accorded under Major head “2235- Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

4.                     Funds should be used as per the instructions issued by government from time to time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Committee.  

5.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/3475,dated 12.10.2006.

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                      

 

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/ 13408                            Chandigarh, dated 13-10-2006

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.         Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.         Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.         District Treasury Officer, Patiala, & Amritsar.

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                     

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/3475,datded 12.10.06 for information and necessary action:       

 

 

                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                            SECRETARY DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

To

1.         Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/13409                                 Chandigarh, dated 13-10-2006

 

 


Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue Rehabilitation and Disaster Management

(D.M-3 Branch)

 

To

 

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Jalandhar, Fatehgarh Sahib, Nawa Shahar,

                        Gurdaspur and Mansa.

 

                        Memo No.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1786

                        Chandigarh, dated 21-2-2007

 

Subject:            Rehabilitation Grant to 1984 riot victims – Sanction thereof.

 

                        In continuation of this department sanction issued vide memo no.7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1570-72 dated 31.3.2006.

                  In the State  Level Committee meeting held on 28.12.2006 at 4.30 P.M, following claims were sanctioned and funds allocated @ Rs.2.00 per family and one case @ Rs.3.50 Lac as under:-

S.No

Name of District

Letter No. vide which recommendation were received from DCs

Claims Sanctioned in the State Committee meeting held on 28.12.2006 at 4.30 PM

Total No. of Claims sanctioned

 Funds Sanctioned  (Rs. In lacs)

 

 1.

Jalandhar

972/RRC, dated 22.9.2006, 1052/ RRC, dt.16.11.2006 and No. 1125/RRC dt. 13.12.2006

47

47-4*=43

86

2.

Fatehgarh

No. 307/RRA  dt. 19.10.2006

3

3

6

3.

Nawan Shahar

No. 1599/M.A. dt. 8.11.2006

1

1

2

4.

Gurdaspur

No.940/RRA dt. 13.11.2006

1

1

2

5.

Mansa

No. 526/RRK dt. 28.7.2006

1

1

3.50**

 

Total

 

53

53-4=49

99.50

 

 

Note:                Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar has stated that Rs.8.00 Lac in 4 cases which are earlier sanctioned lying pending in their office, So there is no need to sanction any budget in 4 cases.

                        This sanction issued in accordance with Government of India letter No.13018/46/2005-Delhi-1(NC), dated 16.1.2006, vide para no.1 (sub para iii).

 

2.                     Financial sanction amounting to Rs.99,50,000/-(Rs. Ninety nine Lac and Fifty Thousand only) is accorded under Major head “2235- Social Security & Welfare-60-other Social Security & Welfare Program-200-other programs-08-assistance to riot affected people 50-other expenses” of the annual budget for the year 2006-07.

 

 

3.                     Funds should be used specially as per the instructions issued by government from time and only for categories of claims sanctioned by the State Cabinet Committee.  

4.                     This sanction is issued in concurrence with the Department of Finance conveyed vide ID No.5/3/06-2FE6/46,dated 16.1.2007.

 

                                                                                                            -Sd/-

                                                                                    UNDER SECRETARY REVENUE

                                                                                         DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                   

Endst No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/ 1787                              Chandigarh, dated 21-2-2007

                       

                        Copy of this is forwarded to following for information and necessary action:-

1.         Accountant general (Audit), Punjab, Chandigarh.

2.         Accountant  general (A & E), Punjab, Chandigarh.

3.         District Treasury Officer, Jalandhar, Fatehgarh Sahib, Nawan Shahar,

            Gurdaspur and Mansa.

 

                                                                                                                -Sd/-

                                                                                                UNDER SECRETARY REVENUE  

                                                                                                 DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

                                                                                     

                        Copy of this is forwarded to The Department of Finance with reference to their ID No. 5/3/06-2FE6/46,datded 16.1.07 for information and necessary action: 

 

 

 

                                                                                                               -Sd/- 

                                                                                                 UNDER SECRETARY REVENUE

                                                                                                     DISASTER  MANAGEMENT

To

1.         Department of Finance

                        (FE-6 Branch)

            2.         Department of Finance

                        (FB-1 Branch)

 

ID No. 7/1/2005-5 D.M3/1788                                   Chandigarh, dated 21-2-2007

 


GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

( ACCOUNTS BRANCH )

 

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner

                        Amritsar, Fatehgarh Sahib, Gurdaspur,

                        Hoshiarpur, Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Ludhiana,

                        Nawan Shaher, Roop Nagar, Sangrur and S.A.S. Nagar.

 

                        Memo No:1/12/2007/A.5/3045

                        Chandigarh, dated the 23.04.2007

 

Subject:            Allotment of funds under head “2245- Relief on Account of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

*****

                        Sanction is hereby accorded for the payment of ex-gratia grant amounting to Rs.32,00,000/-(Rupees Thirty Two Lac only) on account of the tragedy of the coast of Greece to the following districts as per amount mentioned against them. District- wise list of the deceased is attached herewith.

           

1.

Amritsar

1,00,000

2.

Fatehgarh Sahib

2,50,000

3.

Gurdaspur

   50,000

4.

Hoshiarpur

8,00,000

5.

Jalandhar

9,00,000

6.

Kapurthala

4,00,000

7.

Ludhiana

   50,000

8.

Nawan Shaher

3,00,000

9.

Roop Nagar

1,50,000

10.

Sangrur

   50,000

11.

S.A.S Nagar

1,50,000

 

 

 

 

2.                     The relief be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules, instructions and norms of the government issued form time to time.

3.                     The withdrawal of funds from the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

4.                     Amount released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department, indicating reasons for the same.

5.                     The expenditure will be met form the head “2245-Relief on account of Natural Calamities-02 Flood/Cyclones etc-101-Fratuitous Relief” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will not be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund.

6.                     The Utilisation Certificate of  actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department, 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within one month from the date of receipt of this sanction.

 

 

7.                     This Sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their I.D.No.3/11/2007/2-F,E.6/1199 dated 23-4-2007.

 

                                                                                                            -Sd/-

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No.1/12/2007/A.5/3046                        Chandigarh, dated the 23.04.2007  

 

                        Copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action :-

 

            1.         Accountant General (A&E) (in D.C. 10 section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

            2.         Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

            3.         Under Secretary, Finance Department ( in F.E.VI Br.)

            4.         Commissioner, Patiala & Jalandhar Division.

            5.         District Treasury Officer, Amritsar, Fatehgarh Sahib, Gurdaspur

                        Hoshiarpur, Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Ludhiana, Nawan Shaher,

                        Roop Nagar, Sangrur and S.A.S. Nagar.

            6.         Supdt. E.R. Br. w.r.t. his I.D. No.7/16/07/I.D.M.1/1583 dated 16.04.07.

 

 

                                                                                                            -Sd/-

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue

 

 

 

 

LIST OF THE DECEASED MEMBERS

District Amritsar

 

  1. Karamjit Singh s/o Sh. Baldev Singh, Vill. & P.O. Thoothian
  2. Bakhsish Singh s/o Sh. Baldev Singh, Vill. & P.O. Thoothian.

 

District Fatehgarh Sahib

 

  1. Surinderpal s/o Sh. Meher Chand, Vard N./8, Khamano Kalan.
  2. Paramjit Singh s/o Sh. Saroop Singh, Vill. Jawanda, P.O. Badwala.
  3. Davinder Singh s/o Sh. Ajit Singh, Vill. Bhateri, P.O. Gaghanga.
  4. Avtar Singh s/o Sh. Charan Singh, Vill. Bag Sakinder, P.O. Khalspur.
  5. Baljinder Singh s/o Malkiat Singh, Vill. Kheri, P.O. Dadoo Majra.

 

District Gurdaspur

 

  1. Malkiat Singh s/o Jaswant Singh, Vill & P.O. Jahandpur.

 

District Hoshiarpur

 

1.      Mann Singh s/o Sh. Choohar Singh @ Charanjit Singh, V.P.O. Pandori Ganga, Tehsil Garshankar.

2.      Balkar Singh s/o Sh. Sodhi Ram, V.P.O. Pandori Ganga, Tehsil, Garshankar

3.      Sarabjit Singh s/o Sh. Nirmal Singh, V.P.O. Bajwara Khurd, Dak Ram Colony Camp.

4.      Rajinderpal s/o Sh. Sarwan Dass, Vill. Dhadi Baba  Mehar Singh.

5.      Satnam Singh s/o Sh. Sadha Singh, Vill. Pandori Araya Tehsil, Dasuya.

6.      Gurmit Singh s/o Sh. Darshan Singh, V.P.O. Denowal Kalan, Tehsil Garshankar.

7.      Darshan Ram, s/o Sh. Amar Chand, Vill. Tajowal, P.O. Bichhoni.

8.      Satpal Kotra s/o Sh. Tarlok Chand, V.P.O. Pur Hiran.

9.      Sukhbir Singh s/o sh. Piara Singh, V.P.O. Basiala, Tehsil Garshankar.

10.  Jatinder Singh s/o Sh. Nirmal Singh, Vill. Alipur P.O. Roorki Khas.

11.  Amrik Singh, s/o Sh. Kuldip Singh, V & P.O. Rajpur Bhaian.

12.  Surjit Singh s/o Sh. Bhajan Singh, V.P.O. Kookar Majra.

13.  Ranjit Singh kala s/o Sh. Mohinder Singh, V.P.O. Pandori Ganga, Garshankar.

14.  Bhupinder Singh s/o Sh. Sadha Singh, V.P.O. Ghoghra, Tehsil Dasuya.

15.  Jasvir Singh s/o Sh. Chanan Ram, Vill. Thoiana Tehsil Garshankar.

16.  Jasvir Singh s/o Sh. Sh. Gurdev Singh, Vill Mahimowal, Tehsil Hoshiarpur.

 

District Jalandhar

 

  1. Mangat Ram s/o Sh. Sohan Lal, Vill. Babaraka, P.O. Jandiala, Tehsil Nakodar.
  2. Jagdish Singh s/o Sh. Darshan Singh, Vill, Gorsian Piran, P.O. Kot Badal Khan Tehsil Phillaur.
  3. Lakhbir Singh s/o Sh. Mohinder Singh, V.P.O. Puandra, Tehsil Phillaur.
  4. Gurdip Singh, s/o Sh. Jangir Singh, Vill Indna Klaske, P.O. Kusanjh Kalan.
  5. Pardeep Singh s/o Sh. Harbhajan Singh, Vill. Muradur P.O Alapur.
  6. Harjinder Singh s/o Sh. Piara Singh, V & P.O. Droli Khurd.
  7. Paramjit Singh s/o Sh. Balbir Singh, V.& P.O. Sofi Pind, Tehsil Jalandhar.
  8. Sukhwinder Singh s/o Sh. Sawaran Singh, Vill. Randhawa Tehsil Phillaur.
  9. Resham Lal, s/o Sh. Piara Lal, Vill. Khepewal, Tehsil Phillaur.
  10. Major Singh s/o Sh. Kewal Singh, V.P.O. Khalwa.
  11. Ramesh Chander s/o Sh. Om Parkash, H.No.232 Basti Bawa Khel.
  12. Surinder Pal s/o Sh. Amar Nath, House No.232, Basti Bawa Khel.
  13. Jagtar Singh s/o Sh. Piara Singh, V.P.O. Mustafapur.
  14. Jaswinder Singh s/o Sh. Harbans Singh, H.No.55, Hardev Nagar, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar.
  15. Joginder Singh s/o Sh. Jarnail Singh, Vill. Reroo, Tehsil, Jalandhar.
  16. Amrik Singh s/o Sh. Mohan Singh, Vill, Mari Harnia (Ram Singhpur).
  17. Harjinder Singh s/o Sh. Manohar Singh, Vill Alampur Muka, Thana Kartarpur.
  18. Ranjit Singh s/o Sh. Sarvan Singh, Vill. Narangpur Tehsil Shahkot.

  

District kapurthala

 

  1. Harcharan Singh s/o Sh. Gurdev Singh, V.P.O. Naroor.
  2. Avtar Singh s/o Sh. Balbir Singh, Vill. Vijola, P.O. Subhanpur.
  3. Sansar Chand, s/o Sh. Mahinga Ram, V.P.O. Pandori.
  4. Sukhdev Singh s/o Sh. Darshan Singh V.P.O Nasirabad.
  5. Harbhajan Lal s/o Sh. Gurmej Ram, V. Khangoora, V.P.O. Baran.
  6. Ramesh s/o Sh. Sudesh Sood, Bansewala Bazar. Mohala Kauria Phagwara.
  7. Daljit Singh s/o Sh. Mann Singh, V. Surkhan, Tehsil, Bhulath.
  8. Kuldip Singh s/o Sh. Prem Singh, Vill. Bariar, Tehsil Bhulath.

 

District Ludhiana

 

  1. Pavitar Singh s/o Sh. Parminder Singh, V.P.O. Panjeta, Tehsil Ludhiana East.

 

District Nawan Shehar

 

  1. Ashok Kumar Sharma s/o Sh. Late Khushal Singh V.P.O. Kathgarh.
  2. Joga Singh s/o Sh. Ujjagar Singh, V.P.O. Pali Jhhiki.
  3. Surinder Pal s/o Sh. Udho Ram, V.P.O. Mangoowal.
  4. Sanjiv Kumar s/o Sh. Mahinga Ram, Mohalla Kumtan, Nawan Shehar.
  5. Mohan Lal s/o Sh. Rattna Ram, V. Husainpur P.O. Rohan.
  6. Rajiv Kumar s/o Sh. Amarjit Singh V.P.O. Rampur.

 

District Roop Nagar

 

  1. Ranjit Singh s/o Sh. Pritam Singh, V. Panjola P.O. Mainpur.
  2. Parminder Singh s/o Sh. Surjit Singh, V.P.O. Dhanauri.
  3. Jasvir Singh s/o Sh. Babu Singh, V. Lohari P.O Bhagwantpur.

 

District Sangrur

 

  1. Aprail Singh s/o Sh. Naginder Singh V.P.O. Taliwal, Via Barnala.

 

District Mohali

 

  1. Balihar Singh s/o Sh. Gurmail Singh, Vill. Dhrak Kalan, P.O. Majatri, Tehsil Kharar.
  2. Gurjinder Singh s/o Sh. Daljit Singh, V.P.O. Chintgarh.
  3. Hardayal Singh s/o Sh. Barkat Singh, H.No.564, Phase-3-BI, S.A.S. Nagar.

 

 

 


                            Government of Punjab                              

Department of Revenue

(Accounts Branch)

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                       Amritsar, Bhatinda, Fatehgarh Sahib, Faridkot, Ferozepur,

                       Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Kapurthala, Ludhiana, S.A.S.Nagar, Mukatsar,       

                        Moga, Patiala, Roop Nagar and Sangrur

 

                        Memo No. 1/12/2007/A.5/

                        Chandigarh,dated the

 

Subject:-          Allotment of funds under head “2245-Relief on Account of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

                                                ----------

 

                        Sanction is hereby accorded for the disbursement of relief amounting to Rs. 70,74,61,642/-(Rs. Seventy Crore Seventy four lac Sixty One thousand, Six Hundred & Forty Two only) on account of loss to crops caused by untimely rains/hailstorm during January to March, 2007 as mentioned below against each district:-

 

Sr.No.

Name of District

Amount (Rs)

1

Amritsar

        20,000

2

Bhatinda

3,15,70,000

3

Fatehgarh Sahib

 4,25,17,392

4.

Faridkot

    57,11,000

5.

Ferozepur

 5,68,93,750

6.

Gurdaspur

 1,76,85,000

7.

Hoshiarpur

 3,49,72,000

8.

Kapurthala

 5,29,50,000

9.

Ludhiana

 5,94,72,000  

10.

S.A.S. Nagar

    25,92,500

11

Mukatsar

21,27,87,000

12.

Moga

    47,71,000

13.

Patiala

15,91,66,000

14.

Roop Nagar

     74,08,000

15.

Sangrur

  1,89,46,000

 

 

Total

-----------------

70,74,61,642

-----------------

 

 

 

2.                     The relief be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules and instruction of the government issued form time to time. In case the amount is less than Rs.1000, a bearer cheque be issued to the concerned person for disbursement of relief.

 

3.                     The withdrawal of funds form the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

 

4.                     Amounts released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department, indication reasons for the same.

 

5.                     The expenditure will be met from the head “2245 Relief on account of Natural Calamities-02-Flood/Cyclones etc-101-Gratuitous Relief” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund later on .

 

6.                     The Utilisation Certificate of actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within a week from the date of receipt of this sanction.

 

7.                     This sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their I.D. No.3/10/07-2F.E.6/1095, dated 10-4-2007.

 

 

                                                                                                           

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(V)

 

Endst. No.1/12/2007/A.5/                                Chandigarh, dated the

 

                        A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

            1.         Accountant General (A&E) (in D.C.X Section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

            2.         Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

            3.         Under Secretary, Finance Department (F.E.VI Br.).

            4.         All the Divisional Commissioners in the State of Punjab.

            5.         The District Treasury Officer, Amritsar, Bhatinda, Fetehgarh Sahib,Faridkot, Ferozepur, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur,      

                        Kapurthala, Ludhiana, S.A.S.Nagar, Mukatsar, Moga, Patiala, Roop Nagar and Sangrur.

            6.         Supdt. D.M-1 Br. W.r.t. his I.D. No.11/13/2007-1D.M.1/1425, dated  10.04.2007.

 

 

                                                                                                           

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue (V)

 

 

 


                            Government of Punjab                              

Department of Revenue

(Accounts Branch)

 

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Amritsar, Ferozepur, Ludhiana,

                        Patiala and Moga.

 

                        Memo No. 1/12/2007/A.5/

                        Chandigarh,dated the

 

Subject:-          Allotment of funds under head “2245-Relief on Account of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

                                                ----------

 

                        Sanction is hereby accorded for the disbursement of relief amounting to Rs. 62,11,000/-(Rs. Seventy Two lac and Eleven Thousand only) on account of loss to house caused by untimely rains/hailstorm during January to March, 2007 as mentioned below against each district:-

 

Sr.No.

Name of District

Amount (Rs)

1

Amritsar

     20,000

2.

Ferozepur

52,35,000

3.

Ludhiana

     74,400  

4.

Mukatsar

  8,56,800

5.

Patiala

       4,800

6.

Moga

     20,000

 

 

Total

-----------------

62,11,000

-----------------

 

 

 

2.                     The relief be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules and instruction of the government issued form time to time. In case the amount is less than Rs.1000/- a bearer cheque be issued to the concerned person for disbursement of relief.

 

3.                     The withdrawal of funds form the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

 

4.                     Amounts released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department, indication reasons for the same.

 

5.                     The expenditure will be met from the head “2245 Relief on account of Natural Calamities-02-Flood/Cyclones etc-113-Assistance for Repair/Reconstruction of House” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund later on .

 

6.                     The Utilisation Certificate of actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within a week from the date of receipt of this sanction. 

 

7.                     This sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their I.D. No.3/10/07-2F.E.6/1095, dated 10-4-2007.

 

  

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(V)

 

 

Endst. No.1/12/2007/A.5/                                Chandigarh, dated the

 

                        A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

            1.         Accountant General (A&E) (in D.C.X Section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

            2.         Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

            3.         Under Secretary, Finance Department (F.E.VI Br.).

            4.         All the Divisional Commissioners in the State of Punjab.

            5.         The District Treasury Officer, Amritsar, Ferozepur, Ludhiana,

                        Mukastar, Patiala and Moga.

            6.         Supdt. D.M-1 Br. W.r.t. his I.D. No.11/13/2007-1D.M.1/1425, dated 10.04.2007.

 

 

 

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(V)

 

 


                            Government of Punjab                              

Department of Revenue

(Accounts Branch)

 

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Ferozepur.

 

                        Memo No. 1/12/2007/A.5/

                        Chandigarh,dated the

 

Subject:-          Allotment of funds under head “2245-Relief on Account of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

                                                ----------

                        Sanction is hereby accorded for the disbursement of relief amounting to Rs. 98,400/-(Rs. Ninty Eight Thousand and Four Hundred only) on account of loss to Live Stock caused by untimely rains/hailstorm during January to March, 2007 as mentioned below against each district.

2.                     The relief be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules and instruction of the government issued form time to time. In case the amount is less than Rs.1000/- a bearer cheque be issued to the concerned person for disbursement of relief.

 

3.                     The withdrawal of funds form the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

 

4.                     Amounts released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department, indication reasons for the same.

 

5.                     The expenditure will be met from the head “2245 Relief on account of Natural Calamities-02-Flood/Cyclones etc-117-Assistance to Farmers for Purchase of Live Stock” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund later on .

 

6.                     The Utilisation Certificate of actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within a week from the date of receipt of this sanction.

7.                     This sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their I.D. No.3/10/07-2F.E.6/1095, dated 10-4-2007.

 

 

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(V)

 

Endst. No.1/12/2007/A.5/                                Chandigarh, dated the

                        A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

            1.         Accountant General (A&E) (in D.C.X Section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

            2.         Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

            3.         Under Secretary, Finance Department (F.E.VI Br.).

            4.         All the Divisional Commissioner Ferozepur.

            5.         The District Treasury Officer, Ferozepur.

            6.         Supdt. D.M-1 Br. W.r.t. his I.D. No.11/13/2007-1D.M.1/1425, dated  10.04.2007.

 

 

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(V)


                            Government of Punjab                              

Department of Revenue

(Accounts Branch)

 

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner,

                        Amritsar and Ferozepur.

 

                        Memo No. 1/12/2007/A.5/

                        Chandigarh,dated the

 

Subject:-          Allotment of funds under head “2245-Relief on Account of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

                                               

******

 

                        Sanction is hereby accorded for the disbursement of relief amounting to Rs. 2,00,000/-(Rs.Two lac only) on account of loss to Live Stock caused by untimely rains/hailstorm during January to March, 2007 as mentioned below against each district.

 

Sr.No.

Name of District

Amount (Rs)

1.

Amritsar

  1,00,000

2.

Ferozepur

  1,00,000

 

 

Total

---------------

  2,00,000

---------------

 

 

2.                     The relief be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules and instruction of the government issued form time to time. In case the amount is less than Rs.1000/- a bearer cheque be issued to the concerned person for disbursement of relief.

 

3.                     The withdrawal of funds form the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

 

4.                     Amounts released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department, indication reasons for the same.

 

5.                     The expenditure will be met from the head “2245 Relief on account of Natural Calamities-02-Flood/Cyclones etc-111-Ex-gratia payment to bereaved families” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund later on .

 

6.                     The Utilisation Certificate of actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within a week from the date of receipt of this sanction.

7.                     This sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their I.D. No.3/10/07-2F.E.6/1095, dated 10-4-2007.

 

 

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(V)

 

  

Endst. No.1/12/2007/A.5/                                Chandigarh, dated the

 

                        A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

            1.         Accountant General (A&E) (in D.C.X Section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

            2.         Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

            3.         Under Secretary, Finance Department (F.E.VI Br.).

            4.         Commissioner, Jalandhar and Ferozepur Division.

            5.         The District Treasury Officer, Amritsar, Ferozepur.

            6.         Supdt. D.M-1 Br. W.r.t. his I.D. No.11/13/2007-1D.M.1/1425, dated  10.04.2007.

 

  

                                                                                    Under Secretary Revenue(V)

 

 


GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE & REHABILITATION

( POLICY & LEGAL BRANCH )

 

To

1.   All the Commissioners of Division.

2.   All the Deputy Commissioners.

3.   All the Sub Divisional Magistrate.

4.   All the District Revenue Officers.

5.   All the Tehsildars in the State.

6.   Director Land Record, Punjab, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar.

 

      Memo No:2/66/70-PL-II/6729

      Chandigarh, dated the:6-11-06

 

Subject:            THE DISPLACED PERSONS CLAIMS AND OTHER LAWS REPEAL

                        ACT 2005- REGARDING.

 

Reference:        This office memo No.2/66/70-PL-II/4538 dated 1.12.2005.

 

*****

                        Kindly refer to this department memo under reference vide which a copy of Notification issued by Ministry of Law & Justice, Legislative Department, New Delhi, published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part-II, Section I-No.44 dated 6.9.2005 vide which the copy of notification of Displaced Persons Claims and other Laws Repeal Act 2005 (No.38 of 2005) was sent to you for taking immediate necessary action. Vide this Notification the following enactments have been repealed:-

S.No.

Name of the Act

Year

Act No.

1.

The Administration of Evacuee Property Act.

1950

31

2.

The Displaced Persons (Claims Act)

1950

44

3.

The Evacuee Interest (Separation ) Act

1951

64

4.

The Displaced Persons (Claims) Supplementary Act

1954

12

5.

The Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act.

1954

44

 

1.                     The question has been raised about the matters which were pending at the time of notification of the Repeal Act i.e. on 6.9.2005. On this question the Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs have clarified the Position vide No.MHA/RD/SW/CC/99 dated 19-10-2005. The relevant part is reproduced as follow :-

 

            “MHA seeks to be advised whether after the coming into force of the Displaced Persons claims and Other Laws Repeal Act 2005, all/some of the notified authorities under Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 will be deemed to be discontinued or not.”

 

2.                     The Displaced Persons (Claims) Act,1950, the Administration of Evacuee Property Act, 1950, the Evacuee interest (Separation) Act, 1951, the Displaced Persons (Claims) Supplementary Act. 1954 and the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 were enacted, inter-alia to make provisions for the registration and verification of claims of  displaced persons in respect of immovable property in Pakistan, the administration of evacuee, providing for the separation of the interests of evacuees from those of other persons in property in which other persons are also interested, the payment of compensation and rehabilitation grant to displaced persons and the disposal of certain proceedings pending under the Displaced Persons (Claims) Act, 1950.

  

3.                     It had come to the notice of Central Govt. that a number of persons unconnected with claimants, posing as their legal heirs were presenting fraudulent claims for lands. It was therefore, felt necessary to repeal the aforesaid Acts and to discourage such fraudulent claims and consequently these Acts were repealed by the Displaced Persons Claims and other Laws Repeal Act. 2005. The repealing Act was enacted pursuant to the recommendation of Core Group which recommended the repeal of aforesaid Acts and Rules made thereunder.

 

4.                     The question for our consideration therefore is whether the proceedings, which were initiated before the repeal of aforesaid Acts, could continue even after the said repeal. In this context Sec.6(c) of the General Clauses Act (GC Act)  would be relevant which reads as under:-

 

                        Effect of Repeal- Where this Act, or any Central Act or regulation made after the commencement of this Act, repeals any enactment hitherto made or hereafter to be made, then, unless a different intention appears shall not-

                        (c) affect any right , privilege, obligation or liability acquired, accrued or  incurred under any enactment so repealed; or

 

5.                     In Kolhapur Canesugar’s case (AIR 2000 SC 811), the Apex Court has held as under :

                        The position is well known that at common law, the normal effect of repealing a statute or deleting a provision is to obliterate it from the statute book as completely as it had never been passed, and the statute must be considered as a law that never existed. To this rule, an exception is engrafted by the provisions of section 6(1). If a provision of a statute is unconditionally omitted without a saving clause in favour of pending proceedings, all actions must stop where the omission finds them and if final relief has not been granted before the omission goes into effect, if cannot be granted afterwards. Saving of the nature contained in section 6 or in special acts may modify the position. Thus the operation of repeal or deletion as to the further and the past largely depends on the savings applicable. In a case where a particular provision in a statute is omitted and in its place another provisions dealing with the same contingency is  introduced without a saving clause then it can be reasonably inferred that the intention of the legislature is that the pending proceedings shall not continue but a fresh proceeding for the same purpose may be initiated under the new provision.

 

6.                     Now coming back to section 6(c) of the GC Act and the effect thereof on the proceedings a reference may be made to decision of Apex Court in MS/Shivananda Case 1980 1 SCC 149 wherein the Apex Court has held as under:-

 

                        “The distinction between what is and what is not a right preserved by the provision of Section 6 of the General Clauses Act is often one of great fineness. What is unaffected by the repeal of a statute is a right acquired or accrued under it and not a mere hope or expectation of”, or liberty to apply for acquiring a right.

 

7.                     The Apex Court in Bansidhar case 1982, 2 SCC 557 has again held that the ‘right’ must be ‘accrued’ and not merely an inchoate one.

 

8.                     Thus under the repealed Acts, there is no ‘accrued’ or ‘acquired’ right in favour of the claimants but is a mere hope or expectation.

 

9.                     In view of the above legal position and reading through SOR of said repealing Act, we are of the opinion that the proceedings under the repealed Acts will come to an end and cannot continue after such repeal.”

 

II.                     The Govt. of India further issued a clarification vide their No.MHA/RD/SW/99 dated 18-11-2005 as under :

           

                  “As observed from the Repealed Act, 2005 there is no saving clause in the Repealing Act which would validate the actions taken before coming into force of the Act. The statutory authorities appointed are required to exercise their powers or take actions as mentioned in the Repealed Act. Hence in view thereof, after the repeal of these acts no action can be taken or any authority exercised under the repealed acts by these notified authorities. In the circumstances the notified authorities shall be deemed to be discontinued.”

 

                        In view of this position, the proceedings under the repealed Acts have come to an end and cannot continue after such repeal. And, no further action can be taken under the repealed Acts after 6.9.2005 as all the authorities under those Acts have ceased to exist w.e.f.6.9.2005 the date of notification.

 

                                                                                                            -Sd/-

                                                                                    Deputy Secretary Revenue (Admn.)

 

I.D. No.2/66/70-PL-2/ 6730                            Chandigarh, dated the;6-11-2006

                        A copy is forwarded to the :

            1.         Private Secretary to the Financial Commissioner, Revenue and Secretary to Government, Punjab, Revenue and Rehabilitation Department.

            2.         Secretary Revenue-cum-Chief Settlement Commissioner, Punjab.

            3.         Additional Secretary Revenue-cum-Settlement Commissioner, Punjab.

            4.         M.E.O-cum-Managing Office (HQ) for information & immediate  compliance.

 

                                                                                                            -Sd/-   

                                                                                    Deputy Secretary Revenue (Admn.)

 

I.D. No.2/66/70-PL-2/ 6731                            Chandigarh, dated the;6-11-2006

 

                        A copy is forwarded to the Under Secretary to the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs – Jaisalmer House, Man Singh Road, new Delhi, w.r.t. this department letter No.2/66/70-PL-2/ 4540 dated 1-12-2005 for information.

 

                                                                                                            -Sd/-   

                                                                                    Deputy Secretary Revenue (Admn.)

 

I.D. No.2/66/70-PL-2/ 6732                            Chandigarh, dated the;6-11-2006

 

                        A copy is forwarded to the Advocate General, Punjab Chandigarh w.e.f. to this deptt. Letter No. 2/66/70-PL-2/ 4541 dated 1-12-2005 for information and necessary action.

 

                                                                                                            -Sd/-

                                                                                    Deputy Secretary Revenue (Admn.)

 

 

I.D. No.2/66/70-PL-2/ 6733                            Chandigarh, dated the;6-11-2006

 

                        A copy is forwarded to the Registrar, Punjab & Haryana High Court, Chandigarh in continuation of this deptt. No.2/66/70-PL-2/ 4542 dated 1-12-2005 for information and necessary action.

                                                                                               

                                                                                                            -Sd/-

                                                                                    Deputy Secretary Revenue (Admn.)

           

 


[Extract from Punjab Government Gazette (Extra.), dated the 5th February,2007]

 

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND REHABILITATION

( POLICY AND LEGAL BRANCH )

 

Notification

 

The 1st/5th February, 2007

 

                        No.2(2)95-P.II/376.—In exercise of powers conferred,- vide section 5(3) of the Pepsu Townships Development Board Act, 1954 (PEPSU Act No.2 of 1955), the Governor of Punjab is pleased to withdraw his pleasure in respect of the appointment of Shri Prem Chand Gupta as Chairman of the Pepsu Townships Development Board, Rajpura and therefore, Shir Prem Chand Gupta has ceased to be the Chairman of the Board.

 

                                                                                    G.S. CHEEMA.

Chandigarh:

The 1st February,2007                                      Financial Commissioner, Revenue and

                                                                        Secretary to Government, Punjab,

                                                                        Revenue and Rehabilitation Department.

 


IMEMEDIATE                                                                                    Serial No.5

Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue

(Accounts Branch)

 

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner

                        Sangrur and Barnala

 

                        Memo No. 1/12/2007/A.5/4350

                        Chandigarh, dated the 7-6-07

 

Subject:            Allotment of funds under head “2245-Relief on Accounts of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

 

Reference:        Deputy Commissioner’s Sangrur letter No. 1315/Flood, dated 5-5-07.

 

                        Out of the total allotment of Rs. 32,00,000/- (Rupees Thirty Two Lac only) an amount of Rs. 50,000/-- was sanctioned for the payment of ex-gratia for one person in district Sangrur on account of the boat tragedy of the coast of Greece vide this department letter No. 1/12/2007/A.5/3045, dated the 23-4-07.

2.                     Now as reported by Deputy Commissioner, Sangrur vide letter under reference Sh. April Singh S/O Sh. Naginder Singh, R/O Village Taliwal via Barnala falls under the jurisdiction of district Barnala, therefore this allotment of Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty thousand only) is withdrawn from district Sangrur and the said amount is hereby allotted to district Barnala for disbursement to the next kin of the said deceased, an ex-gratia relief.

3.                     The relief be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules, instructions and norms of the government issued from time to time.

4.                     The withdrawal of funds from the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

5.                     Amount released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department, indication reasons for the same.

6.                     The expenditure will be met from the head “2245-Relief on Accounts of Natural Calamities-02-Flood/Cyclones etc-101-Gratuitous Relief” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No. 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will not be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund.

7.                     The Utilisation Certificate of actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department, 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within a week from the date of receipt of this sanction, as the relief is granted on the directions issued by the Punjab & Haryana High Court.

8.                     This sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their ID No. 3/11/2007/2-F.E.6/1199 dated 23-4-07.

 

                                                                                                Joint Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No. 1/12/2007/A.5/4351                                               Chandigarh, dated the

           

                        A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

                        1.Accountant General (A&E) (in DC 10 section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

                        2. Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

                        3.Under Secretary, Finance Department (in FE VI Br)

                        4.Commissioner, Patiala Division, Patiala.

                        5.District Treasury Officer, Barnala.

                        6.Supdtt. ER BR. w.r.t. his ID No. 7/16/07/1.D.M.1/2554, dated 29-5-07.

                        7. Incharge, Computer Section. Financial Commissioners, Sectt. Punjab.

 

                                                                                                Joint Secretary Revenue


IMEMEDIATE                                                                                    Serial No.5 Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue

(Accounts Branch)

 

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner

                        S.A.S. Nagar and Roopnagar

 

                        Memo No. 1/12/2007/A.5/4348

                        Chandigarh, dated the 7-6-07

 

Subject:            Allotment of funds under head “2245-Relief on Accounts of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

 

Reference:        Your letter No. 355/D.R.A./Flood, dated 18-5-07.

 

                        Out of the total allotment of Rs. 32,00,000/- (Rupees Thirty Two Lac only) on amount of Rs. 1,50,000/-- was sanctioned for the payment of ex-gratia for one person in district S.A.S. Nagar on account of the boat tragedy of the coast of Greece vide this department letter No. 1/12/2007/A.5/3045, dated the 23-4-07.

2.                     Now as reported by Deputy Commissioner, S.A.S. Nagar vide letter under reference Sh. Gurjinder Singh S/O Sh. Dalit Singh, R/O Village Chintgarh falls under the jurisdiction of district Roopnagar, therefore out of the total allotment of Rs. 1,50,000/- (Rupees One Lac Fifty thousand only) is withdrawn from district S.A.S. Nagar and the said amount is hereby allotted to district Roopnagar for disbursement to the next kin of the said deceased, an ex-gratia relief.

3.                     The relief be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules, instructions and norms of the government issued from time to time.

4.                     The withdrawal of funds from the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

5.                     Amount released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department, indicating reasons for the same.

6.                     The expenditure will be met from the head “2245-Relief on Accounts of Natural Calamities-02-Flood/Cyclones etc-101-Gratuitous Relief” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No. 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will not be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund.

7.                     The Utilisation Certificate of actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department, 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within a week from the date of receipt of this sanction, as the relief is granted on the directions issued by the Punjab & Haryana High Court.

8.                     This sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their ID No. 3/11/2007/2-F.E.6/1199 dated 23-4-07.

 

                                                                                                Joint Secretary Revenue

 

Endst. No. 1/12/2007/A.5/4349                                               Chandigarh, dated the7-6-07

           

                        A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

                        1.Accountant General (A&E) (in DC 10 section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

                        2. Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

                        3.Under Secretary, Finance Department (in FE VI Br)

                        4.Commissioner, Patiala Division, Patiala.

                        5.District Treasury Officer, Roopnagar.

                        6.Supdtt. ER BR. w.r.t. his ID No. 7/16/07/1.D.M.1/2553, dated 29-5-07.

                        7. Incharge, Computer Section. Financial Commissioners, Sectt. Punjab.

 

                                                                                                Joint Secretary Revenue


                                                            Serial No.7

 Government of Punjab

Department of Revenue

(Accounts Branch)

 

To

                        The Deputy Commissioner

                        S.A.S. Nagar

 

                        Memo No. 1/12/2007/A.5/4490

                        Chandigarh, dated the 12-6-07

 

Subject:            Allotment of funds under head “2245-Relief on Accounts of Natural Calamities” for the year 2007-08.

 

 

 

                        Sanction is hereby accorded for the disbursement of relief amounting to Rs 1,00,00,000 (Rs One Crore only)@ of Rs 25,000/- to each of the 377 shopkeepers on account of loss caused due breakout of sudden fire on 1.6.2007 in your district.

 

 2.                    This relief amount may be disbursed strictly in accordance with relevant rules and instructions of the government issued from time to time.

 

3.                     The withdrawal of funds from the Treasury shall be made strictly in accordance with the requirement for immediate disbursements. Funds should not be drawn in excess of the immediate requirement in any circumstances.

 

4.                     Amount released in excess of requirement, if any, should be immediately surrendered to this Department.

 

5.                     The expenditure will be met from the head 2245-Relief on Accounts of Natural Calamities-02-Flood/Cyclones etc-113-Assistance for Repair & Reconstruction of Houses” for the year 2007-08 under the Grant No. 22, Revenue and Rehabilitation. This expenditure will not be recouped from Calamity Relief Fund and will be met from State budget later on.

 

6.                     The Utilisation Certificate of actual expenditure, along with balance amount, if any, may be sent through a Bank Draft in favour of “Punjab Calamity Relief Fund” to the Assistant Controller (Finance & Accounts), Revenue Department, 2nd Floor, Punjab, Civil Secretariat, Chandigarh, within a week from the date of receipt of this sanction.

 

7.                     This sanction is issued with the concurrence of Finance Department conveyed vide their ID No. 3/10/2007/2-F.E.6/1741 dated 12-6-07.

 

                                                                                                Joint Secretary Revenue(B)

 

Endst. No. 1/12/2007/A.5/4491                                               Chandigarh, dated the12-6-07

           

                        A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action:-

                        1.  Accountant General (A&E) (in DC 10 section), Punjab, Chandigarh.

                        2.  Accountant General (Audit) Punjab, Chandigarh.

                        3.  Under Secretary, Finance (U)Finance Department (in FE VI Br)

                        4.  Commissioner, Patiala Division, Patiala.

                        5.  District Treasury Officer, S.A.S. Nagar

                        6.  Supdtt. DM-1BR. w.r.t. his ID No.5/51/07-6.D.M.1/2921, dated  12-6-07.

                        7 . Incharge, Computer Section. Financial Commissioners, Sectt. Punjab.

 

                                                                                                Joint Secretary Revenue(B)


 

 

PUNJAB GOVT. GAZ. (EXTRA), NOV. 17, 2006

(KRTK 26, 1928 SAKA)

 

 

GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE AND REHABLITATION

(AGRARIAN REFORMS BRANCH)

 

Notification

 

The 16th November, 2006

 

            No. S.O. 49/P.A.16/1887/S. 105/2006.—In exercise of the powers conferred by section 105 of the Punjab Tenancy Act, 1887 (Punjab Act No. 16 of 1887), and all other powers enabling him in this behalf, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to confer the powers of the Assistant Collector Ist Grade upon officers as given under column No.2 of the Table, to decide the suits of Non-Resident Indians under sub-section (3) of section 77 of the said Act in respect of the areas as given under column No.3 of the Table namely:-

 

TABLE

 

Serial No.

Designation of the Officers

Area of disposal of Cases

1.

2.

3.

 

 

1.

District Revenue Officer,   Jalandhar

Jalandhar, Amritsar, Kapurthala, Ludhiana and Tarn Taran.

 

2.

District Revenue Officer, Hoshiarpur

 

Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur.

 

3.

District Revenue Officer, Moga

Moga, Mukatsar, Faridkot, Bhatinda, Mansa, Sangrur and Ferozepur

 

 4.

District Revenue Officer, Nawanshahar

Nawan Shahar, Ropar, Patiala, Fatehgarh Sahib and S.A.S. Nagar.

 

 

 

                                                           

                                                               K.K. BHATNAGAR,

                                                                 Financial Commissioner, Revenue and

                                                            Secretary to Government of Punjab,

                                                                        Department of Revenue and Rehabilitation.