Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, February 22
The district administration on Monday directed the revenue officers to achieve the targets of collection fixed for various recoveries before the end of current fiscal.
Chairing a review meeting at the district administrative complex here, the Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) (General) Amarjit Bains, accompanied by Khanna ADC Sakatar Singh, warned that any sort of laxity in achieving the collection targets was totally unwarranted and undesirable.
‘Perform duty with integrity’
n Chairing a review meeting at the district administrative complex here, the Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) (General) Amarjit Bains said officers must perform their duty diligently and any callousness in this regard would not be tolerated at any cost. He asked all the officers to perform their duty well and serve the people with full integrity.
He said that the desired targets must be achieved within the stipulated time period for which no stone should be left unturned.
Bains categorically said the strict action would be taken against the officers who fail to perform their duty well.
The Additional Deputy Commissioner said the progress of the collection work by the revenue officers was being constantly monitored by the higher ups and strict action would be taken against erring officers.
He further said that the revenue officers were duty-bound to ensure the recovery of pending arrears from the wilful defaulters at the earliest.
Bains said that wilful defaulters should not be allowed to take the law for granted and every effort must be made to recover the pending arrears from them at the earliest.
The Additional Deputy Commissioner also asked the officers to maximise field inspections in their respective jurisdictions to resolve the issues faced by the people.
Bains said the officers must perform their duty diligently and any callousness in this regard would not be tolerated at any cost. He asked all the officers to perform their duty well and serve the people with full integrity.
SDMs Amarinder Malhi, Baljinder Dhillon, Narinder Singh Dhaliwal, Mankanwal Singh Chahal, RTA Sandeep Garha, and IAS (under training) Aakash Bansal were present on the occasion.
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