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KEK vows drive to rectify Webland data
Deputy Chief Minister K E Krishna Murthy assured the farmers that the revenue department would organise State-wide special drive to correct the mistakes in the Webland portal.
Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister K E Krishna Murthy assured the farmers that the revenue department would organise State-wide special drive to correct the mistakes in the Webland portal.
Responding to the objections raised by leaders of different farmers’ organisations over GO 255 here on Monday, the Minister assured them that the government would address their grievances. The leaders of the farmers’ organisations complained to him that there were mistakes in the Webland portal that contains the details of the land records.
Taking this into consideration, Krishna Murthy, who had earlier held a review meeting with the senior officials of the department, said that apart from special drive to correct the Webland data, the government was actively considering creation of a vigilance wing in the Revenue department.
The proposed vigilance wing would keep a tab on the performance of the revenue staff and take appropriate action against the erring revenue staff, he added. Krishna Murthy said that it was also decided to impose penalties on staff who fail to dispose of petitions submitted to the department through Mee Seva.
He said a penalty of Rs 50 per day would be imposed for failing to clear the files within the time frame. The Deputy Chief Minister further said that the authority to hold the digital key of Webland had been given to the tahsildars and they would be held accountable for any irregularities in case of land records, he warned. He also clarified that the government had no proposal to scrap the passbooks of individual land holdings.