Port Blair, Dec. 20: As part of the “Prashasan Aapke Dwaar” initiative under the aegis of the District Administration, South Andaman, a revenue camp court was held by Shri Suneel Anchipaka, IAS, Deputy Commissioner (SA) in front of Vegetable Market at Govindnagar Panchayat at Swarajdweep Island. Shri Hari Kallilkkat, IAS, SDM, Shri Lakshay Singhal, IAS (P) and other officers of the District Administration and line departments attended the camp court.

Ex-PRI members and villagers attended the camp and highlighted some of the issues like water supply etc. Further pendency in clearing demarcation of land was raised by them. Many revenue matters were taken up for consideration and appropriate instructions were passed on to the revenue field staff. Issues relating to cutting of dangerous trees was also taken and few cases relating to the same were also disposed off on the spot.

The residents were assured that the issues related condition of the road will be taken up with concerned line departments to ensure quick redressal.

During the camp court 03 nos. of mutation cases were also disposed off by the Tehsildar, Port Blair and the same were handed over to the parties concerned on the spot. Further various certificates viz., old age and widow pension certificate, no dues, valuation certificate, destitute women. Local certificate, OBC and islander cards were issued in the camp court. The gathering was informed that the revenue field staff are fully committed to serve the general public and as such issues, if any may be brought immediately to the notice of the District Administration for its redressal at the earliest.

The Ex-PRI members thanked the District Administration for organising such revenue camp at the grass root level and its efforts to address the core issues.

The Revenue field staff were asked to follow up on all the matters those were placed before the Revenue Camp Court and also directions were given to the Tehsildar, Port Blair to depute a survey team for clearing the pending demarcation cases.

The DC(SA) alongwith the officials further made a visit to the Primary Health Centre at Swarajdweep and interacted with the doctors, patients, reviewed the isolation facilities, availability of medicines, staff and the surveillance activities being carried out.