Special report from Sirsa
State Information Commission Haryana has summoned all the Tehsildars of Sirsa district in a RTI case by giving notice to the commission. The Tehsildars have been given time to file their reply by 12 November and the matter will be heard in the Information Commission on 24 March 2021 . This notice has been issued by State Information Commissioner Jai Singh Bishnoi. Taking cognizance on which RTI activist Pawan Parik Advocate had filed a complaint with the Information Commission in the RTI case, the commission has issued a notice. Was asked The information was related to all the tehsil offices of the district, hence the RTI was forwarded by the DRO to Tehsildar Sirsa, Dabwali, Ellenabad, Raniyan, Nathusari Chowpatha, Kalanwali and Deputy Tehsildar Goriwala. However, RTI was not answered, To which a complaint was made to the Information Commission. Taking cognizance of the complaint, the Information Commission has issued notices to District Revenue Officer Sirsa, Tehsildar Sirsa, Dabwali, Ellenabad, Raniya, Nathusari Chowpat, Kalanwali and Deputy Tehsildar Goriwala.
This information was sought
Pawan Parik Advocate had sought information from the DRO office about digital demarcation machines on 8 June 2020. It was asked which private firms and operators have been authorized by the department for this task. A copy of the license issued to digital demarcators was sought. Information about guidelines and guidelines issued by the government was also sought in this regard. It was also asked whether demarcation of land in the district can be done without departmental permission. It was also asked that under the provisions of the Punjab Land Revenue Act 1887, plot or land could be traced through patwari and kanungo with lace or jariab. It was also asked whether metering with digital demarcation machine is mandatory. Information was also sought on the charges of digital demarcation machines for measurement.