Tahsildar office in Devarkadra mandal to launch registration process today
Four Tahsildar offices in Mahbubnagar, Wanaparthy, Nagarkurnool and Gadwal districts in the erstwhile Mahbubnagar are all set to launch the land registration process on pilot basis from Saturday onwards.
Mahbubnagar: Four Tahsildar offices in Mahbubnagar, Wanaparthy, Nagarkurnool and Gadwal districts in the erstwhile Mahbubnagar are all set to launch the land registration process on pilot basis from Saturday onwards.
Earlier, the State government selected five mandals across the State to implement the land registration process from May 5. The government is implementing the land registration process in Tahsildar offices on pilot basis in 30 mandals and in this process four mandals were selected in erstwhile Mahbubnagar, Mahbubnagar, Wanaparthy, Gadwal and Nagarkurnool.
In Mahbubnagar district Devarkadra mandal is selected to launch the pilot project. For this the district administration all prepared and is ready to carryout registrations from Saturday onwards. “We are ready to launch the pilot land registrations process at Devarkadra Tahasildar office from Saturday. Transactions of land under Devarkadra jurisdiction will be carried out in Tahsildar office.
We are already having two computers, one scanner, one computer camera, biometric fingerprint detector and all other necessary equipment. The main advantage is that the mutation process of land registration will be automatically synchronised with the Revenue official records and there is no need for the applicant to separately approach the MRO office again,” said Chenna Kistanna, Tahsildar of Devarkadra Mandal in Mahbubnagar district.
The Tahsildar said that the recently surveyed land records had already been updated its data into the Dharani website. Now the new registrations of land data will also be synchronised with the Dharani website and this would give clear picture of who owns the land and there will not be any chance of double registrations or scope to carryout fraudulent transactions. “The new registration process will be totally transparent and less cumbersome,” said Chenna Kistanna.
At present there are 72 mandals in erstwhile Mahbubnagar district which including both new and old, of them 12 mandals are already having sub-registrar offices to carry out their registrations as usual. The government is planning to expand the land registration process and delegate powers of sub-registrar to the Tahsildars in 60 remaining mandals in the coming days.
In the second phase the state government has selected Devarkadra from Mahbubnagar, Pebbair from Wanaparthy, Ija from Gadwal and Bijinapally mandal from Nagarkurnool district for implementation of registration process in Tahsildar offices.