STATE TIMES NEWS
RAJOURI: Continuing its efforts to provide services at the doorsteps of common masses, especially issue of different kinds of certificates, district administration Rajouri on Thursday held a Public Service Guarantee Act (PSGA) camp in Badhoon village of Rajouri.
Camp was chaired by Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Abdul Qayoom Mir and several officials including Tehsildar Rajouri Salam Din were present in it.
A large number of local people participated in this camp and applied for availing services. Team of officers on this occasion issued more than 300 certificates among the masses.
These include 140 permanent resident certificates, 40 scheduled tribe certificates, eight legal heir certificates, seven dependent certificates, 35 character certificates, 60 Income Certificates and 10 revenue extracts.
Besides five marriage certificates were also issued in this camp and 9 mutations were also attested.
About 200 peoples were present in the camp and they lauded the efforts of Deputy Commissioner Rajouri in mitigating the grievances of public at their door steps.
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