Jhansi: Uttar Pradesh's Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Stamp and Court Fees and Registration Department, Ravindra Jaiswal said that now people can get their property registered even without having a single rupee cash in their pocket.
While doing a departmental review of the district at the Circuit House Auditorium here on Thursday, the Minister of State said that the benefits of all the public utility schemes run for the public must reach the public. The buyer should behave softly towards the seller and the public by adopting a humane approach. If all the facilities are available to the office-goers, they should not have any problem. The Stamp Registration Department of the state is at number one in the whole of India in the digital sector. Before registering by the department, the online time is fixed to the buyer-seller, so that they avoid the crowd by coming on that time. Along with this, you can e-stamp the stamp used in the property, anytime you can deposit the e-stamp sitting at home in the morning, evening or night, and the registry will be done.
Online circuit rate is also on the side, which can be cross checked. He said that the buyer-seller should come directly with the documents, there your registry will be done. There is also a facility to deposit the registration fee online. One can buy property online even if there is no cash in the pocket. Soon the barisan of property can also be checked online in UP. All the records are being digitized. The buyer can inspect the property sitting at home before buying the property. He said that during the election there was a problem in getting stamps of Rs 10, 20 and Rs 100, but now any person who has a bank account by the department can withdraw stamps up to Rs 500 online through mobile, he does not have the vendors. have to go.
The Minister of State expressed satisfaction over the disposal of the cases in the district. There are 303 disposal cases against 304 radius in the district. During the review, he directed to increase the stamp duty registration fee. The justice fee received by the district from November 2020 to March 2021 is Rs 158.29 lakh. It must be ensured that the fees are not affected by the strike of advocates. While reviewing the recovery, he said that 5 crore 29 lakh is to be recovered in relation to 355 RC, now it is around 01 crore 20 lakh, it should be increased. On this occasion, District Magistrate Andra Vamsi, Additional District Magistrate Ram Akshaywar Chauhan, Assistant Inspector General Registration Praveen Singh, Vivek Kumar Srivastava, Ms. Shabana Begum and other officers were present.