Govt. gets crack­ing on dodgy reg­is­tra­tions

Is­sues G.O. on com­plaint re­dres­sal

The Hindu - - CHENNAI - Spe­cial Cor­re­spon­dent

The In­spec­tor Gen­eral of Regis­tra­tion (IGR) has is­sued a G.O. pre­scrib­ing the pro­ce­dure to be fol­lowed in case of re­ceipt of com­plaints re­lat­ing to fraud­u­lent reg­is­tra­tions.

Ac­cord­ing to the G.O., on re­ceipt of pe­ti­tions from the ag­grieved par­ties, the District Regis­trar (Ad­min­is­tra­tion) should reg­is­ter them in the Reg­is­ter of Com­plaints in a pre­scribed for­mat and notices should be sent to ex­e­cu­tants, claimants of the doc­u­ments and wit­nesses, if found nec­es­sary, for an in­quiry. If nec­es­sary, re­spec­tive vil­lage ad­min­is­tra­tive of­fi­cer shall also be sum­moned.

A speak­ing or­der by way of pro­ceed­ings would have to be com­mu­ni­cated to the pe­ti­tioner through reg­is­tered post un­der ac­knowl­edge­ment.

“Any fail­ure in im­ple­ment­ing this cir­cu­lar by the District Reg­is­trars (Ad­min) shall be viewed very se­ri­ously,” the or­der stated.

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