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Roadmap to identify indigenous landless families
City Correspondent
 GUWAHATI, Jan 5 - The Kamrup (Metro) has laid down the roadmap for identification of indigenous landless families and for preparation and distribution of pattas on a mission mode.

The roadmap was prepared by Deputy Commissioner Virendra Mittal at a meeting held on January 4 at the DC’s office with representatives from the Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Directorate of Land Records, Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority, office of Principal Conservator of Forests and circle officers.

A district administration statement said that in order to facilitate the entire exercise it has already constituted five teams revenue circle-wise.

All ADCs heading the teams have been asked to take stock of daily and weekly progress in this regard. Authorities from the forest department, Directorate of Land Records and GMDA have assured of full cooperation in sync with the government’s vision and will be deputing earmarked individuals from their respective departments for each circle-wise team.

The Deputy Commissioner has also assured that the prospective time-lines of the visits of these teams to their earmarked circles will be communicated beforehand to the departments for necessary coordination, the statement said.

Each of the five teams is headed by an additional deputy commissioner. Bidyut Bikash Bhagawati will head the Azara revenue circle, Kshitish Ch Pegu will head the Dispur revenue circle, Ratul Pathak will look after the Sonapur revenue circle, Ranjit Konwar the Chandrapur revenue circle and Nabadeep Pathak has been chosen for the Guwahati revenue circle.

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