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Issue of Permanent PATTAS for Residential Plots

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Hello,

Name. Mrs. PARBATY CHAKRABORTY, W/O. A.K.CHAKRABORTY, Plot No. 26. Block-B, NABADIGANTA,Near Indus Valley World School, Kolkata-700094.

Ward No.109 of Kolkata Municipal Corporation, under DAG No.10 (P), Khatian No.1, JL No.24, Mouza- Chakgania Gachi, P.O. & P.S. Panchyasayer, Kolkata- 700094.

In 2004 a team of BLRO Office, KASBA, Kolkata, Came to us and obtained all details of the land for further action towards issue of PATTAS to us, but uptill now nothing has been done to this regard, where abouts of the applications submitted by us also not known to us nor informed by any Govt. Official till date. I am in need of knowing the action taken at their end for issuing the PATTAS.

Kindly file a RTI to the concerned PIO in this regard and oblige.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

You can file RTI application to the PIO municipal commissioner office, Kolkata with a request to provide information from record showing progress as well as reasons for delay on record. For guidance in writing RTI application refer to;

-how to write RTI application.

-write/submit/sample RTI application.

-guide in good RTI application .

 

 

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Sunil Ahya

You may file a RTI application addressed to the 'Public Information Officer' of the Block Land Record Office (BLRO) and seek information on the action taken status.

 

Kindly refer to the following links:

 

Long Pending.

 

West Bengal RTI Rules.

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