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Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Haryana

Government of Haryana
Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Haryana
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Government of Haryana
Headquarters Haryana Civil Secretariat,
Sector-1, Chandigarh
Agency executive Captain Abhimanyu Singh Sindhu, Cabinet Minister

Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Haryana is a Ministry and department of the Government of Haryana in India.


  • Minister 1
  • History 2
  • Organization 3
  • Functions of Department 4
  • External Links 5
  • See Also 6
  • References 7


The Cabinet Minister Captain Abhimanyu Singh Sindhu, who has independent charge of highest number of departments (13) which makes is most influential after the Chief Minister, is the current minister of this department from October 2014.[1]


This department came into existence when Haryana was established as a new state within India after being separated from Punjab.


The department is organised in four divisions, 21 districts, 57 sub-divisions, 77 Tehsils and 43 Sub-Tehsils, 256 Kanungo circles, 2691 Patwar circles and 7083 revenue circles corresponding to villages.

Functions of Department

Two main functions of the department are

  • Revenue collection e.g. thrugh Patwari (village accountant)
  • Disaster management e.g. floods, earthquakes, epidemics, widespread fires, biological disasters, etc

Department also facilitates registration of Unique Identification (UID) for citizens of Haryana state.

External Links

  • Haryana Govt's HarSamadhan Complaints portal

See Also


  1. ^ New CM Khattar Keeps Home, Abhimanyu Finance & Revenue
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