In Village Baran, two brothers Dhula and Kanha Meena lost their father 30 years ago. They were kids then, and hence, the legacy of the land was put under the name of their elder brother. They tried very hard to get their names added to the property document but didn’t get any success. Because of this, they were unable to apply for any loan offered by the government for the development of agriculture and small scale industries at that time.
Finally, they arrived at Sikar where the “Nyay Aapke Dwaar” campaign was organized. They approached the concerned Officer, Shri Naresh Bunkar and told him their situation. Without wasting time, Shri Bunkar got the formalities done instantly and got their names added as was desired by them.
A similar incident happened in village Dhaturiyakala in Jhalawar where 65 year old Kalulal Meghwal received justice after 28 years because of “Nyay Aapke Dwaar”. Way back in 1988, his name was registered as dead in records and his property was put under someone else’s name. It took 28 years for him to prove that he is not dead. According to him, if “Nyay Aapke Dwaar” wouldn’t have been there, it would have taken another 10 – 15 years to prove I am alive. He thanked the Vasundhara Raje led government for initiating such a campaign and after receiving justice, all he could say was “Aaj Mera Fir se Janam Hua Hai”.
Numerous such cases are still prevailing in the state and many of have been rapidly resolved by the “Nyay Aapke Dwaar” campaign and justice is being provided to public as soon as possible. Presently, around 69,89,000 revenue cases have been resolved by the campaign since 2015 and the number itself suggests the success of the campaign.
“Nyay Aapke Dwaar” campaign is a great effort put forward by Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje in order to resolve revenue court cases at a rapid pace. Although, according to her, there should not be any requirement of such a campaign and the courts should become efficient enough, but still, in order to provide justice to the common public quickly, this campaign is working to its full potential across the state.
Resolving such revenue issues has resulted in reduction of stress among common public and also has reduced the load of the Revenue authorities and the Police department. In 2015, with the beginning of this campaign, 61 villages of the state were declared “Litigation Free”
“Nyay Aapke Dwaar” brings a revolution with itself, wherein it is a vital requirement that governance procedures should be replaced by IT and GIS driven technological solutions.