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Govt to digitise land records for transparency

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All the land records will be computerised ensuring transparency in land administration for the benefit of farmers, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said. He interacted with farmers at Angallu village near here on Thursday, where he was flooded with complaints against the revenue officials over issue of pattadar passbooks and other certificates.

Madanapalle (Chittoor): All the land records will be computerised ensuring transparency in land administration for the benefit of farmers, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said. He interacted with farmers at Angallu village near here on Thursday, where he was flooded with complaints against the revenue officials over issue of pattadar passbooks and other certificates.


Responding to their woes, the Chief Minister said, after the computerisation of the land records, the government would issue electronic cards to farmers, containing the details of their lands and there is no need for them to go around the revenue offices for certificates.


Reiterating his commitment for the welfare of the poor and farmers, Naidu said his frequent visits to projects and staying on canal banks and interaction with farmers was to speed up the works on the projects and for realizing their benefits as soon as possible.


Stoutly defending the E-POS (e-Point of Sale) system for supplying essentials through PDS, Naidu claimed that in Krishna district alone, the system paved way for saving food grains worth about Rs 90 crore, by effectively eliminating ineligible persons availing the subsidised commodities.


Earlier, the CM visited Adivapalli reservoir where he directed the irrigation authorities to complete the project on a war-footing. The Rs 100 crore reservoir which was taken up in 2008 was to be completed in 2009-10, but only 60 per cent of the works have been completed so far. The completion of the project in the remote KV Palli mandal helps to provide drinking water supply to most of the villages in the water stressed Piler constituency, besides improving irrigation facility in the mandal considerably.

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