Nayagarh: Tension prevailed in Nayagarh after lots of of landless slum dwellers gheraoed the Collectorate alleging irregularities in implementation of Jaga Mission. Though practically 700 beneficiaries had been recognized, land pattas had been issued to 400 individuals resulting in resentment among the many overlooked beneficiaries.
“We had come to submit a memorandum to the district administration as land pattas are yet to be issued to us. We will end of our lives if land pattas are not provided by February 10,” mentioned Anantbala Patnaik, a slum dweller.
In Nayagarh NAC, 400 individuals have been supplied land pattas within the first section and we guarantee that no particular person will likely be overlooked under the scheme, mentioned native MLA Arun Sahoo.
“Due to land related problems, land pattas could not have been provided to some identified beneficiaries. Already, we have asked the district Collector to speed up the process,” mentioned Sahoo.
It is pertinent to say right here that Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had launched the ‘Jaga Mission’ in 2018 to supply land rights (patta) to 1000’s of landless slum dwellers within the State. Official sources mentioned, the State authorities targets to supply land rights to round 18 lakh city slum dwellers residing in Municipal Corporation and Notified Area Council (NAC) areas as under the Jaga Mission.