Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) will now auction the lands to increase their income. The municipal corporation will soon organise a land auction program. Mayor Ashok Lahoti has fixed land auction targets for all the eight zone deputy commissioners. All deputy commissioners have been instructed to send the list of at least three government lands in their area to the headquarters so that they can be auctioned.
Deputy Commissioner (Revenue) of JMC Ramratan Sharma has issued a circular to the deputy commissioners of eight zones a few days back. In this circular, deputy commissioners were instructed to mark three lands for auction and send the list of auctionable lands to the headquarters in three days. The information regarding the current status of the auctionable land, field visit report and ownership information should also be sent to the headquarters by the deputy commissioners. After getting land information from all eight zones, the JMC will begin the land auction program.
With this, the Hoarding Committee has begun efforts to increase the Jaipur Municipal Corporation’s (JMC) revenue and had instructed all the officials to prepare a list of all government land in the municipal area one month ago.
The meeting of the Hoarding Committee was held under the chairmanship of Deputy Mayor Manoj Bhardwaj in August. In the meeting, several decisions had been taken to increase the income of the municipal corporation.
Bharadwaj directed the revenue officials and junior engineers of all eight zones to prepare a category-wise list of empty land, the strip of land and other government lands under the JMC jurisdiction.
Apart from this, the list of encroached government land is to be prepared separately. The land bank is being set up in the municipal corporation. After collecting all the land records, the JMC will formally launch the land auction programme.
Hoarding Committee has begun efforts to increase the JMC revenue and had instructed all the officials to prepare a list of all government land in the municipal area one month ago. The meeting of the Hoarding Committee was held under the chairmanship of Deputy Mayor Manoj Bhardwaj in August.
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