Haryana Vidhan Sabha passes Bill to abolish ‘ Remand Pratha’ for speedy disposal of revenue cases
Haryna Vidhan Sabha
By TNL Bureau
CHANDIGARH, Mar 10 – Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal, said that cases related to lands of Gwal Pahari and several other villages of the area have been pending in the court for the last many years. Of these, some cases go to Revenue Court and some to Civil Court. Therefore, the Haryana Government has got Bill passed in the Vidhan Sabha on March 3, 2017 to abolish ‘Remand Pratha’ for speedy disposal of revenue-related cases.
The Chief Minister was interacting with media persons after the conclusion of Budget Session of Vidhan Sabha here today.
He said that such cases were pending for 20 to 30 years due to issue of remand. He said that such cases should be sent from lower level to upper level within the prescribed time period to ensure their speedy disposal. Whether the cases are sent to High Court or Supreme Court, they should be disposed of promptly, as it is said that justice delayed is justice denied, he added.
He said that the then Deputy Commissioner, Gurugram, had given his decision in 1989, the matter is still pending with the Deputy Commissioner.
The Chief Minister said that the state government would put an end to this trend by getting investigation of the shortcomings and inquiries of the administrative level conducted by concerned agencies. Material is being gathered in this regard. Inquiry of not only Gwal Pahari land but also of other lands on the demand of MLAs would be conducted so that no one could usurp public property. The State Government has a policy of zero tolerance towards corruption. There is no corruption in the State Government and inquiry would be got conducted into all matters of corruption, he added.