Divisional commissioner Ajit Singh Pannu here on Friday directed deputy commissioners of Patiala, Fatehgarh Sahib, Ludhiana, Sangrur and Barnala to clear all the pending mutation cases related to land deeds, in which there is no litigation, by March 31, positively.
He asked the deputy commissioners to strictly implement the schemes and guidelines of the Punjab government pertaining to the protection of government property in the state. “Try to resolve all disputes and cases related to the properties belonging to the NRIs as early as possible,” he told the deputy commissioners.
The divisional commissioner directed all deputy commissioners to set up de-addiction centres in their districts, which could accommodate about 50 people, and spread awareness among the youngsters against the drug menace.
He also directed the deputy commissioners to resolve all the pending cases related to old-age pensions under the Old Age Parents Protect Act. Pannu ordered the deputy commissioners to take strict action against chemists who sold medicines without prescriptions.