Jabalpur Tops in Revenue Case Redress in MP


NC Correspondent.BHOPAL.
Total 10 lakh 48 thousand 950 cases have been redressed in 51 districts till October 28 under the campaign being conducted to redress revenue cases in the state. Under the campaign, One lakh 42 thousand 895 cases of mutation, 79 thousand 327 cases of partition, 62 thousand 340 cases of demarcation and 50 thousand 540 cases of diversion have been resolved. It may be mentioned that constant monitoring of revenue department’s activities is being carried out by the Chief Secretary  Basant Pratap Singh, Principal Secretary Revenue Arun Pandey and other Officers at division level. Jabalpur district has topped in the state for redressing the revenue cases.

A total of 63210 cases in Jabalpur district, 44175 cases in Chhatarpur, 42596 cases in Sagar, 36378 cases in Vidisha, 35006 cases in Chhindwara, 32800 cases in Betul, 29356 cases in Rewa, 29205 cases in Tikamgarh, 28105 cases in Ujjain, 27997 cases in Shivpuri, 26835 cases in Satna, 25945 cases in Sidhi, 25569 cases in Damoh, 23759 cases in Singrauli, 22602 cases in Raisen, 22336 cases in Seoni, 22319 cases in Katni, 21160 cases in Balaghat, 20526 cases in Panna, 19614 cases in Narsinghpur, 19588 cases in Indore, 19333 cases in Hoshangabad, 19249 cases in Gwalior, 19168 cases in Ratlam, 19086 cases in Rajgarh and 18527 cases in Ashoknagar district have been resolved.

Similarly, 17789 cases in Sehore district, 17336 cases in Guna, 17144 cases in Shahdol, 16871 cases in Bhind, 16441 cases in Shajapur, 15680 cases in Bhopal, 15327 cases in Neemuch, 14965 cases in Khargone, 14952 cases in Dewas, 14772 cases in Jhabua, 14573 cases in Harda, 13136 cases in Morena, 12789 cases in Dhar, 12459 cases in Mandla, 12319 cases in Dindori, 11049 cases in Umaria, 10670 cases in Mandsaur, 10371 cases in Anuppur, 10271 cases in Datia, 9994 cases in Burhanpur, 9577 cases in Agar Malwa, 8577 cases in Khandwa, 8383 cases in Sheopur, 6475 cases in Alirajpur and 6358 revenue cases in Badwani district have been redressed till October 28.

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