State Times NewsJAMMU: On the directions of Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Sushma Chauhan, Tehsildar Jammu West, Rajesh Baru in a massive drive of ‘Domicile Certificates at Doorstep’ disposed off 100 per cent domicile applications besides various other services under Public Service Guarantee Act in Tehsil Jammu West.Tehsildar Jammu West involving local Corporators, Sarpanchs, Panchs, Lambardars and Chowkidars has carried out over 28 door to door camps in various areas including four Panchayats and disposed off/issued more than 16,000 Domicile Certificates in last two months thereby making 100 per cent disposal in Tehsil Jammu West.Rajesh Baru also recalled and sensitized all applicants to remain cautious and vigilant while applying online for Domicile Certificates in respective jurisdiction of their Tehsils.“People who are residing in areas like Talab Tillo, Bharat Nagar, Shankar Vihar, Patel Nagar, Shiv Nagar, Shakti Nagar, Bakshi Nagar, Sarwal, Rehari, New Plot, Bhagwati Nagar, Nitco Lane, UNO Lane, etc falls under old Tehsil Jammu located at Wazarat road DC Office Jammu and should not apply in Tehsil Jammu West,” Baru said.He further added that nearly more than 7,000 applications have been received from aforesaid these areas and stands rejected because of some reason.He advised people from all aforementioned areas to apply only in Old Tehsil Jammu.People of the area appreciated and thanked District Administration Jammu under the leadership of Sushma Chauhan and Tehsildar Jammu West Rajesh Baru for 100 per cent disposal of Domicile Certificates and also for active role in management of declared disaster COVID 19 in Tehsil Jammu West.
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