Telangana government keen to resolve Sada Bainamas issue
THE HANS INDIA |
Mar 21,2017 , 04:26 AM IST
Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali said the State government would resolve the issue of Sada Bainamas, involving executive property transactions on white papers, in next the four months by conducting a special drive after April this year.
Responding to a question raised by Congress MLA T Jeevan Reddy and others during question hour in the State assembly here on Monday, he said that the State government is taking serious efforts to resolve the issue of Sada Bainamas.
As part of this, so far about 39.13 per cent of issues relating to land titles have been resolved and certificate of regularisation of land rights had been issued, he said. Giving a clarification on the government orders issued, he said that there were three GOs issued relating to the Sada Bainamas, covering transactions of agriculture lands, land transactions falling within the HUDA and Hyderabad Urban areas and Sanga Reddy and Siddipet areas, he said.
He said that in 1980 regularisation of land rights had been taken up and registrations were done on payment of registration charges. However, to put an end to the land disputes arising out of the Sada Bainamas and to complete the process at the earliest, the government had scrapped registration charges, he pointed out.
Considering the age old land rights act in force, the State government has asked the NALSAR University to study the issue and come up with a draft law on land rights in Telangana, the Deputy Chief Minister said.
He said that so far the government had received 11,17,426 applications for the regularisation of Sada Bainamas and after conducting detailed ‘Panchanama’ ( inquiry) in the village, issue of certificate of land rights is being done, he said.
Earlier, the Congress MLA Jeevan asked the government to confirm land rights using the existing provisions of adverse position in the laws concerned.