Telangana government decided to complete digitization of all Property Registration Documents to improve the quality of land records and make them more accessible in the State.
Digitization of Property Registration Document
On Tuesday Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao directed the concerned officials to complete the digitization of the documents for registration and to upload the details of the houses, plots of land, flats and other non-agricultural properties in the State within a quarter of a week. It wanted to complete the pending digitization process before the launch of Dharani portal, which is so awaited by officials and the workers in both Municipal Administration and Panchayat Raj Department.
Also addressed the design of the Dharani portal during a high-level review meeting with officers in Pragathi Bhavan, which will be started by the implementation of the new Revenue Act. He emphasized that all municipal authorities, along with district officials, mandal and Gram Panchayat, should join up in completing the properties digitization process. He proposed that the District Panchayat officers organize the updating of revenue documents by coordinating with Mandal Panchayat officers.
CM instructed people to cooperate and provide full detail of their properties to upload them online. In addition to making land records management percent transparent, Dharani portal is designed. The government needs to take every measure possible to achieve this objective. He agreed to set up flying squads to carry out an online review of revenue records and the implementation of other state government programmes including Vaikunthadhams, dump yards, and Haritha Haaram, and to verify the use of tractors purchased by the gramme panchayats.
By: Shailaja K