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Manipur: IDPs asked to submit details of land records, properties

A notice by Deputy Commissioner, Bishnupur, Lourembam Bikram, informed Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) to submit the list of details of their lands (which requires protection due to the law and order issues) on or before June 18.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 14 Jun 2024, 4:36 am

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Representational Image (PHOTO: Unsplash)

Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Bishnupur, on Tuesday notified the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) residing in various relief camps and other places in the district to submit the details of their land records.

A notice by Deputy Commissioner, Bishnupur, Lourembam Bikram, informed IDPs to submit the list of details of their lands (which requires protection due to the law and order issues) on or before June 18 for taking necessary action of protection of the same as per the law.

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The move is taken as per direction of Supreme Court regarding protection of landed properties in respect of Internally Displaced Persons.

The move is taken in pursuance of the Secretariat: Land Resource Department, Government of Manipur, letter No LDM-107/2/2024-REV-REVENUE dated June 6.

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It also enclosed a format needed for the submission which include name of district, sub-division, revenue circle, name and number of revenue village, name of pattadar(s) with C/o (name of father/mother/husband etc.), local address of the landed property, area (in hectare), are (in acre), CS Dag no, patta number, information/description of property on the said land, information, if the land in not patta-land and remarks (if any).

More than 60,000 displaced persons, mostly from Moreh and Churachandpur, are taking shelter in the relief camps in various areas across the state following the violence that engulfed the State on May 3,2023 in Churachandpur district.

Properties and houses belonging to them were looted, set ablaze and encroached upon, leaving them with no place to return to. Nevertheless, the IDPs including CSOs and various associations of the state have been pressing demands to the state government to ensure they return back to their original lands and homes.
 

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