The Government Will Provide Rs 50,000 Assistance To Those Who Died Due To Corona Apply Online @

State Government is committed to provide immediate relief to the victims of Corona: Revenue Minister Shri Rajendra Trivedi Launching of Mobile Friendly Online Portal to enable the applicant to get help very quickly and easily
The heirs will have to upload the death certificate of the deceased and the evidence prescribed by the health department.Revenue Minister Rajendrabhai Trivedi has said that the state government has set up a mobile friendly online portal to provide immediate assistance to the heirs of the citizens who have died in the state due to the global epidemic Corona as per the guidelines of the central government.
Launching this mobile friendly online portal from Gadhinagar today, Minister Trivedi added that the portal, developed under the guidance of Chief Minister Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel, would provide immediate assistance to the heirs and save time in going to the offices and the assistance would be credited directly to their bank account.
He added that as per the guidelines of the Government of India, Rs. It has been decided to provide ex-gratia assistance of Rs. 50,000 / -. In this regard, a mobile friendly online portal has been launched by the Revenue Department for the noble purpose of applying at home with the noble intention of providing quick and easy assistance to the applicant by the Government of Gujarat. The death certificate of the deceased and any one of the death due to Covid-19 such as RTPCR, Rapid Antigen Test, Molecular test report, medical treatment basis, Form 4 or 4-A must be uploaded.
He said that apart from this, the affidavit showing the consent of the heirs and the bank account details can be uploaded and the application can be made online. That process will continue.
Additional Chief Secretary of Revenue Department Shri Kamal Dayani, Secretary of Health Department and Commissioner Shri Jayaprakash Shivahare, Relief Commissioner Shri Andra Agarwal and other high officials were present on the occasion.
The Minister congratulated the officials and employees of Revenue Department and the entire team of NIC Gujarat for preparing this portal.
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Previously, one had to apply for offline DILR (District Inspector Land Record) office for land survey. Now, the government should measure this work online within the stipulated time frame so that millions of farmers in the state will directly benefit.
This announcement has been made by the revenue department today by the order of the governor. In which two important circulars have been issued. We will discuss the highlights and important points of the circular which are farmer oriented. Applicants will now be able to make land survey applications online from the iORA portal.
The office of land registry department will have to dispose through i Mojani application. Applicant on iORA portal only has to apply online. In which an automatic application form will be generated. You can apply online from Gram Panchayat VCE or DLR office by going to the helpdesk.
  • Measurement can be done in two ways (days after payment receipt)
  • Simple measurement (which will be disposed of in 60 days)
  • Urgent measurement (which will be disposed of in 30 days)
Consent sheet of area, quadrant, etc. in the measurement of shareholder’s share which has to be printed on the affidavit generated in the system and notarized and uploaded on the portal. Fees for those who do not upload will be forfeited.
The measuring fee for each application will be generated from the system on the online iORA portal. Which will have to be paid online.
Surveyor will inform the applicant by e-mail and SMS when he comes to measure In what circumstances will the measurement fee be forfeited?
1) Occupancy of time measured on site is reversed
2) The field is full of water and cannot be measured
3) There is no access road to the farm
4) In case of breach of peace / law and order during the measurement process
5) If there is a crop in the field that hinders the measuring time, e.g. If there is sugarcane, paddy and thick jagra.
6) If the applicant does not show his direct possession at the place.
After the measurement operation the applicant will receive the measurement sheet by e-mail 30 days after the applicant will be able to get the hard copy of the measurement sheet with fixed fee. If the applicant is not satisfied with the measurement, he can apply for objection within 6 months.
i Mojani IORA Gujarat Jamin Mapani on iORA – Integrated Online Revenue Applications Steps
  • First go to i-ORA portal of the Department of Consumer Affairs to make a new application.
  • “Click on” ONLINE APPLICATIONS “in the menu on the main page of the i-ORA Portal, or click on the one you want to apply to from the different killings mentioned on the main page.
  • Select the application and type of application.
  • Select the District, taluka and village to apply to the district, district and district survey numbers. Note: – If there is more than one surveyor, apply for the survey number separately.
  • Enter the applicant’s mobile number and – mail.
  • Read the SynchPassword code displayed on the screen and enter it in the following textbox.
  • If you do not read the captcha code, click on “Refresh Code” so that the new captcha code appears on the screen.
  • After entering the captcha code, click on “Generate OTP”. Generating OTP will provide different verification code to the applicant’s mobile number and – mail.
  • Enter the mobile number and – the different verification code found on the mail – by typing in the checkboxes next to ‘Mail’ and click “Submit”.
  • Click Click “Submit” followed by the prompt to fill in the application details.
  • Enter the exact details of the application.
Updated: 03/12/2021 — 5:43 PM

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