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JAIPUR: District Collector Antar Singh Nehra on Thursday granted Indian citizenship to seven Pakistani migrants. He passed over the citizenship certificates to them all.
People who obtained certificates of Indian citizenship comprised Kalyan, Roshan Kumar, Sugna Devi, Anita Devi, Shabreen, Sikander Kumar and Mohni.
Kumar, that belonged to Rahim Yar Khan district at the Bahawalpur branch of Punjab state at Pakistan, got settled in Jaipur roughly 20 years back with his own relatives. “Although I had been operating here, not being Indian citizen arrived in the means of availing of the benefits of government strategies,” said Kumar.
His sister Anita, who’s engaged in tailoring job, stated she will now have the ability to buy her own home here. On the event, Nehra congratulated them for having obtained the certifications of Indian citizenship and wanted they became accountable citizens and expanded their support from the nation’s development.
Nehra stated,”Online programs are approved for awarding citizenship and internet certifications are issued. Pending applications are also being processed immediately and the rest certificates will be issued shortly.”
District Collector Antar Singh Nehra on Thursday also led that revenue-related works pending in the tehsil, sub-division along with other earnings offices ought to be disposed according to rules and at a time-bound method. He explained unneeded postponement and delay is going to probably be taken seriously, duty of these officers will be rigid and strict action will be taken against them. He also instructed that revenue-related matters ought to be disposed according to the revenue records.
Meanwhile, an exhibition on Covid consciousness wich began on July 1 was extended until August 31. The Collector also requested the He requested the medical division officials to reevaluate the vaccination work from the district by establishing vaccination camps in different places. In addition, he requested them to run door-to-door immunization according to necessity. In addition, he led ICDS officers to execute the job of identification of malnourished kids from the Anganwadis.