Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir government today said it will take necessary measures to functionalise all newly created administrative units in the state.
Minister for Revenue Javaid Mustafa Mir said in the Legislative Assembly that the government would take necessary measures to functionalise all newly created administrative units in the state.
Replying to the supplementaries raised by some members to the main question of NC member Javed Ahmed Rana, the minister said that the necessary staff and infrastructure in all newly created administrative units would be provided in due course of time.
He informed that there is no new proposal for creation of new districts including Mendhar.
The minister said that the committees constituted from time to time to look into the demands of creation of new administrative units were not mandated to recommend any new district.
In reply to another question by Jewan Lal, Mir said that the posts of tehsildars in tehsil Lohai and Duggain have not been created yet and as and when the posts of tehsildar are created, suitable officer would be posted there.
Legislators Mian Altaf, GM Saroori, Vikar Rasool raised the supplementaries to the main question and demanded staff for new administrative units created in their constituencies.
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