Bhopal Crime News: Registry office movement will be relaxed after one month from Monday
Bhopal (Navdunia Representative) All activity in the Corona curfew implemented to prevent corona infection in the capital has been stopped. Urgent services are on. Meanwhile, all the registration offices of the state are being opened citing loss of revenue. After Indore, Collector Avinash Lavania has issued orders to open a registration office in Bhopal on Monday. It is being told that the registration office will be opened considering the registration office as an urgent service. According to the order issued by the collector, all the registration offices in the district will be opened with 100 per cent officers and 10 percent employees. The special thing is that the officials and employees visiting the Registry office during the Corona curfew will be allowed to get a movement after showing the I-card and showing the proof of the registry booking. Permission was sought from the Finance Department citing loss of revenue, the officials of the Registration Department had sought permission from the Finance Department citing loss of revenue. There is a registry of about 40 to 50 crores in a month in Bhopal itself. At the same time, about 300 crore rupees revenue is received from the registry in a month. Due to this, orders have been given to open the registration office. Here, in Indore, the registry office opened on Thursday but only 40 registries could be done, whereas in a day there are 400 registries in Indore.
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