Samrala tehsil office was visited by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Thursday.
It’s not my intention to blame anyone, but to figure out what needs to be done.” He said.
Government offices, particularly tehsils, will be smooth and hassle-free in the state with full filling of all vacant posts.
To enable public access to the offices, Mann asked tehsildars and other officials to perform their duties honestly and with accountability.
Land registration in villages will not require an NOC, while in cities the NOCs will be issued within 15 days under normal circumstances and within five days under Tatkal.
In the interest of the public generally, who had invested in illegal colonies without government approval, the issue of those requiring NOCs was under consideration and would be resolved shortly.
The shortage of tehsildars and naib tehsildars with multiple charges, which he attributed to past government failures, caused inconvenience to the public.
Within hours of purchase, lifting, and payment, Mann said paddy procurement was proceeding smoothly across the state.
According to the CM, several cities in Haryana, Rajasthan, and other states have poorer air quality than Punjab due to the BJP-led Union government politicizing pollution issues.