Hyderabad(Hyd): Telangana (TL) CM K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Sat. declared that the ‘Dharani’ portal for on-line registration of properties within the state going to be initiated on Dussehra.
The CM stated that from citizens regard Vijayadasami as an auspicious day to begin new programs & operations, he’ll start the portal the same day (Oct 25).
Registration of properties
Registration of properties, that has been suspended around the state on Sep 8, going to reopen only with the start of the much-awaited portal, invoiced as a one-stop source for everyone revenue reports.
The CM instructed the authorities concerned to full all this works linked to the portal by Vijayadasami. He inquired the authorities to keep the software, hardware & bandwidth prepared before the start.
He also declared that the tahsildars, deputy tahsildars & sub-registrars would be given the needed training on the turned registration process for completing the mutations quickly & updating all this information on-line on the Dharani portal.
CM KCR, as the CM is widely well-known, stated that demo trails of the portal would be held to give hands on training & create awareness amongst the authorities. He directed the authorities to appoint 1 computer operator in each Mandal & in each sub-registrar workplace.
The CM also declared that all over the state, registration rates would be fixed according to their own survey numbers. He stated record writers of the Sub-registrar workplace would be trained & licenses would be given to them.
He inquired the authorities to enter statistics on all properties on the Dharani portal before Dussehra. Thereafter, the shifts & alterations would be finished frequently. From the portal is going to be initiated on Dussehra, registrations would also start on the same day.
The portal is a part of the new Revenue Act, that had come into enforce on Sep 22 after Governor Tamilisai Soundarajan gave her assent to 4 Revenue Invoices that have been moved within the state Legislature during this previous session.
Reforms in revenue dept.
The legislation paved the way for landmark reforms within the revenue dept. within the state by reducing person interface for land transactions.
In the context of the reforms, the govt has scrapped the posts of village revenue officials (VROs) & village revenue assistants (VRAs).
Reports of rights relating to lands going to as of now be retained in electronic form within the Telangana (TL) Land Reports Mgmt System for assuring hassle free revenue administration.
CM KCR had informed the state Assembly that the new Act would address almost all land-related problems.
The new Revenue Act going to delete discretionary powers vested with the authorities in various levels & make sure transparent & corruption-free land dealings.
Land mutation (or) alter of land title ownership going to be finished on-line via the Dharani portal. This going to also permit citizens to enter reports of agricultural & non-agricultural land on-line.
KTR conducted video footage conference
Meantime, municipal administration & urban development (devt) minister K.T. Rama Rao conducted a video footage conference with elected people representatives, colony association representatives & authorities on Sat. over pending revenue in Greater Hyderabad(Hyd).
He stated the govt is solving problems linked to land & asset ownership rights without enforcing any fiscal load on citizens.
It’s estimated that there have been about 24.five lakh properties in Hyderabad(Hyd). Some properties of these are entangled in ownership & different disputes.
“The govt doesn’t have any ambition to collect any fee from citizens. The idea is to enable & address all ownership rights,” stated the minister.