NRI Cell (CM) Resource Centre

NRI Cell in Chief Minister Office

NRI Cell was set up and implemented on January 10, 2011 to address the issues and grievances of the Non-Resident Indians(NRIs) on priority basis. This Cell is setup in the office of the CM under the chairmanship of Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Darbara Singh Guru, with other members including Financial Commissioner Revenue or his secretary level representative and Director General Police or his representative.

This Cell has been set up by the Chief Minister with a view to quickly respond to the problems being faced by NRIs and to ensure their speedy disposal under time bound programme from different quarters. The Punjab Government has set in motion the process of drastically reforming the system through governance reforms to check the harassment of common people in government offices especially the NRIs. This newly introduced is to improve the delivery systems in the state. There are also online systems for securing revenue documents & farads, copies of the FIRs.

Dedicated police-stations for NRIs have been established (Please see NRI Police Stations tab) and Exclusive and fast track courts have been set up to resolve their disputes and the government has already done away with the unnecessary but cumbersome practice of filing affidavits in many spheres.

Mr. D.S. Mangat OSD to Principal Secretary/Chief Minister will be the Member Secretary for this Cell and can be reached at 9417079777 or via email, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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