BY | February 11, 2008

Shimla: A delegation led by Revenue Minister, H.P. Thakur Gulab Singh visited Jaipur in Rajasthan to discuss the Pong Dam Oustees issues pending for settlement from the last more than decades and held meeting on 9th February, 2008.
After Secretariat-level meeting in which the Principal Secretary, Revenue of both the States participated alongwith officers of respective States, there was a meeting at the Ministers-level in which from the side of Himachal Pradesh Revenue Minister Thakur Gulab Singh alongwith Principal Secretary, Revenue, Prem Kumar, Joint Secretary, Revenue Rameshwar Sharma and D.C. R&R, Raja-Ka-Talab Arvind Shukla while from the side of Rajasthan Shri Ram Narayan Dudi, Revenue Minister and Rajinder Singh Rathore, Minister of PWD, Ashok Nagpal, Member of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly participated alongwith Principal Secretary, Revenue Lalit Kothari and other officers of Government of Rajasthan.
Thakur Gulab Singh, Revenue Minister strongly stressed upon for settlement of all oustees who have secured eligible certificates. He also stressed upon on the rehabilitation of around 4369 oustees which included 831 and 1641 cases which were rejected under section 5(2) and 5(3) of Colonisation Rule, 1972 of Rajasthan Govt. Rajasthan Government wants to settle the oustees but stressed upon that H.P. Govt. should not force Rajasthan Government to allot the land to left out oustees in those 1188 murrabas which have reverted to the State of Rajasthan in pursuant to the orders of the Apex Court, he added.
Thakur pointed out that the plea of Rajasthan Government can not be agreed upon unless the matter is discussed with the Pong Dam Oustees who are the affected party to the CWP.
He said that the other exchange cases and the restoration 341 cases were also discussed and added that the Government of Rajasthan wants to sort out all the pending issues for the rehabilitation in stage-II area after developing facilities. He told that both parties agreed to resolve the issues by continuing talks in future also so that the impending issues are amicably settled soon.
Revenue Minister Himachal Pradesh also called on Chief Minister of Rajasthan who also assured full cooperation to resolve the pending issues. He said that next round of meeting has been proposed to sort out the issues in the month of March, 2008 in which Chief Minister of both the States will discuss the matter.
Detailed deliberations was also held on the rehabilitation issues of the Pong Dam Oustees in view of the judgement of Supreme Court of India decided on 26.7.1996 and as per directions of the High Power Committee in its 12th meeting held on 30.10.2007.

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  • om parkash

    status of murabba alloted in rajasthan in 1973 vide murabba No.229/60 5KWM distt. Bikdaner teshil. anupgarh in the name of Sh. Mangat ram village palli teshil nurpur distt. kangra himachal pardesh