Press Releases

10 August 2020
10 August 2020

  • Chandigarh August 10: Haryana Government has decided to start the process of e-Appointments for registration of agricultural land in Rural Areas from August 11, 2020. However, the registration of agricultural land deeds will start from August 17, 2020. Likewise, the process of taking e-Appointments for the registration of land deeds in Urban Areas will also begin from August 17, 2020 and fresh dates regarding the re-starting of registration of deeds will be shared soon.
  • A decision to this regard was taken in a meeting held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal to review the linkages of various departments with e-Registration system of Revenue Department held here today. Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala was also present in the meeting.
  • The Chief Minister was apprised that the module for e-registration of deeds of the agricultural land in rural areas has been prepared by the Revenue Department. Testing of the same has been completed and it will start from August 11, 2020, enabling the people of the state to take e-appointments.
  • The Chief Minister directed that the decision regarding no registration of transfer of deeds of land in respect of lands situated in Urban Areas, as declared/notified under Section 7-A of the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 (as amended from time to time) and villages where the jamabandis are currently offline and not available on web-HALRIS will remain unchanged. Besides, this no registration of transfer of deeds of land will be done in Controlled Areas for the time being.
  • During the meeting, the Chief Minister was apprised that as per his directions to keep a check on the irregularities in the registering deeds under Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975, the period of stoppage of registrations is being utilised to build technology-based checks for preventing such registrations in violation of the Law by interfacing the web HALRIS application with TCP, ULBs, HSVP, HSIIDC, Urban Estates, Police, Forests, litigation matters etc on priority basis.
  • It was informed that there are a total of 32 lakh properties in Urban Areas across the State, out of which 18 lakh properties are integrated with the department portal. However, rest of the properties will also be brought on a single digital platform by October 31, 2020.
  • It was informed that there are around 3.48 lakh properties of Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) and since 2009 data of all these properties had been digitalized. Out of the 58,000 acquired lands, data of around 26,000 lands is uploaded on the portal.
  • Chief Secretary, Mrs. Keshni Anand Arora, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr. Rajesh Khullar, Additional Chief Secretary and Financial Commissioner, Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Mr. Vijai Vardhan, Additional Chief Secretary, Medical Education and Research Department, Mr. Alok Nigam, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr. V. Umashankar, Principal Secretary, Development and Panchayats Department, Mr. Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning and Urban Estates Department, Mr. Apoorva Kumar Singh, Director General of Police, Mr. Manoj Yadava and ADGP/Administration, Mr. Arshinder Singh Chawla were present in the meeting.
  • Chandigarh, August 10 – While adhering to the zero-tolerance policy of the Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, Haryana State Vigilance Bureau has submitted a report about inquiries registered in the month of June, 2020, on the directions of the state government and 19 inquiries which were completed. The State Vigilance Bureau had started a campaign to curtail the tendency of government employees to indulge in corruption and these inquiries were initiated under this campaign.
  • Giving information in this regard an official spokesperson of the Bureau said that during the month of June this year three government employees were caught red-handed while accepting bribe money starting from Rs 8,000 to Rs 13,000 and separate cases were registered against them under Prevention of Corruption Act.
  • He revealed that the employees against whom the cases have been registered include, Idrish of Hodal, working as Forester, for accepting a bribe of Rs 13,000, Harbhawan Chopra, working as Assistant in Haryana State Pollution Control Board, Panchkula for accepting a bribe of Rs. 11,000 and Surender, working as Senior Shift Attendant UHBVN, Sonepat for accepting a bribe of Rs 8,000.
  • The spokesperson said that out of nine inquiries, a departmental inquiry has been recommended against six gazetted officers and 22 non-gazetted officers and the Bureau has recovered Rs. 5,61,603 from three private persons. In another inquiry, an amount of Rs 8,83,443 has been recovered from six private persons. Besides this, in another inquiry it has been recommended to file a criminal case against a gazetted officer and it has been recommended to recover Rs 1,52,565 as well. In addition, in one more inquiry, a criminal case has been recommended against a gazetted officer while in six inquiries the charges could not be proved.