Diary Times Bureau Desk, Shimla
Kumud Sharma : Revenue Department developed RMS System, Through the System, the affected person can apply for the relief amount on the online portal.
Due to heavy rains in the monsoon season this year, there has been heavy damage to the government wildlife properties across the state. RMS system has been developed by the Revenue Department to provide timely relief to the affected people in times of calamity.
By visiting the RMS online portal, the affected person can apply for the relief amount from his smartphone without going to the patwar house.
Whose information reaches the concerned Patwari and Revenue Officer on one click. Patwari prepares a report after taking stock of the spot on the basis of the information given by the victim on the portal. On the basis of that, the total compensation of interim relief to the affected person The percentage amount is released.
Only RMSP is being adopted for compensation for the loss of house, shop, riot, security, damage to walls, washing away of fields and destruction of shop goods, and death of farmers, humans and animals in the disaster. Revenue Officer of Hamirpur district, Jaspal Singh said. That in case of disaster, even a phone call is enough, but it is easier and better to monitor by applying on these RMS portals. Therefore, the affected families are advised to apply on the online portal https://rms.hp.gov.in/ By Visiting.
Revenue officer of Hamirpur district Jaspal Singh told reporter Kumud Sharma in the Diary Times press conference that Anyone Disaster Affected Resident of Himachal Pradesh can visit the RMS portal of the Himachal Pradesh government and give information about his loss on that and the same information is ours. Patwari’s login comes in it and on the same day that Patwari’s information is given to him, he considers it as someone’s own. Or the amount of his maternal money starts with Prrocess, the rest of the amount of the money that is brought, whatever remains in it, whatever amount is there, reaches that person in at least three months, but once in three months, whatever is in the manual. I am talking about the plant we have in it, but through our RRB system, the amount deducted within 1 month, the remaining amount, that is the periods.