Revenue Sadassus till April 10: Thota
Kirlampudi (East Godavari): 'Revenue Sadassus are being conducted to solve land disputes. These meetings will...
Kirlampudi (East Godavari): "Revenue Sadassus are being conducted to solve land disputes. These meetings will be held up to April 10," Minister for Stamps and Registrations Thota Narasimham said here on Tuesday. Inaugurating the Revenue Sadassu in East Godavari district on the Government High School premises at Kirlampudi, Mr Narasimham said the meetings would be held from 8 am to 5 pm in a village on each day with the coordination of 13 departments. Issues such as Pattadar Passbook, title deeds, assigned lands earmarked for SCs and STs, identification of Wakf and Endowment lands, renewal of Loan Eligibility Cards (LECs) for tenant farmers and sanctioning of new cards would be taken up in the meetings. Land problems would be solved in the villages only so as to avoid people wandering around government offices. He urged the people to make use of the Revenue meetings. District Collector Neetu Prasad said Revenue meeting would be held village-wise according to the schedule. Revenue and DRDA departments would play a crucial role in these meetings, she said adding that Rs 32 crore was sanctioned as loans to tenant farmers last year and Rs 40 crore this year. Later, the minister and the Collector distributed cheques for Rs 50,000 each to four beneficiaries under Apadbhandu scheme, Rs 86 lakh for 32 groups, Rs 7 lakh for 42 beneficiaries as death claims, Rs 9,100 each for 30 beneficiaries to construct individual toilets and 2,300 white cards. Focus on encroachments Rampachodavaram: Sub-Collector Gandham Chandrudu called upon the tribals to make use of Revenue Sadassus to solve their grievances. A meeting was held at Akuru village of Rampachodavaram mandal in connection with the grievances of Lankapakala, Akumamidi, Kintukuru, Eathapalli and Koyyalagudem villages. The Rampachodavaram Sub-Collector explained that Tahslidar, Revenue Inspector (RI), Village Revenue Officer (VRO), mandal surveyor, Mandal Agriculture Officer, Wakf Board staff, IKP and NREGS staff would form teams and take steps to solve grievances. Aadhaar enrolment would be done for those farmers who were yet to be enrolled and land disputes pending in the courts would be solved. The main focus would be on land encroachments, he said. Mr Chandrudu further said applications would be placed in online data entry every day and steps were being taken to conduct a meeting for the benefit of the farmers and tenant farmers. Officials were engaged in getting complete information about Endowments and Wakf lands and rectifying the problems. He said identification of assigned lands would be done in connection with the seventh phase of land distribution and the land would be given to the beneficiaries in the sixth phase. Inquiry would be conducted into the utilisation of land distributed to tribals. Land survey would be conducted within 45 days of receiving applications, he added. Rampachodavaram MLA KK Viswanath was the chief guest.
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