IG Punjab captain retired Arif Nawaz Khan expressed anger over laziness in implementation of Tenancy Registration Act.
CCPO Lahore, all RPOs, DPOs have been issued a notification regarding strict implementation of act.
Inspector General Police Punjab captain retired Arif Nawaz Khan expressed anger over lethargic in implementation in registration of tenancy act and directed to launch seven day campaign starting from Saturday May 11th to ensure complete the registration of tenants in all districts. These directions were issued from IG office to CCPO Lahore, all RPOs and DPOs and it has been directed in the notification that all record and documents of tenants and property dealers should be registered in police record under tenancy registration act. It has further been said in the notification that the property dealers who give their homes, shops or other property to others on rent for small period of time or long period of time, they should submit the details of their tenants to the respective police station timely. All CPOs and DPOs will furnish the report regarding implementation of tenancy act to their RPOs whereas CCPO Lahore and all RPOs have been directed to submit complete reports to central police office’s operations branch till Saturday 18th May. It has further been said in the notification that, during the investigation of high profile cases, it has been observed that there is no complete implementation of tenancy act which is not acceptable at all therefore its implementation should be ensured strictly and the officers and officials who are found responsible for negligence in this regard will face stern departmental action. It has been said in the notification that Addl IG operations Punjab, Inam Ghani will directly monitor this process from central police office and will also take updates from all RPOs about tenancy registration act on daily basis in this regard.
(Handout No. 170)
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