Rs 5 lakh Indiramma houses planned in the State'
Khammam: Revenue Minister N Raghuveera Reddy has said that as per the norms laid down by the Government, the petitions submitted to the officials...
Khammam: Revenue Minister N Raghuveera Reddy has said that as per the norms laid down by the Government, the petitions submitted to the officials during Revenue Meets (Revenus Sadassus) would be cleared within 90 days.
Raghuveera was the chief guest at the Revenue Meet held at Kurnavalli village of Thallada mandal in Khammam district on Thursday. He received petitions from the villagers and interacted with them. He formally launched the issue of credit card system to the farmers through `Mee Seva' centre at the village. He issued a credit card to a farmer Nagaiah.
The officials can sanction loans by verifying land records (such as Pahani, EC and others) through `Online,' he said. The system of sanctioning loans by verifying records through `Online' would be introduced in other villages in a phased manner, the Minister said. Out of the total 28,000 villages in the State, Revenue Meets were held in 22,490 villages and 7,61,965 petitions were received. Of them, 2, 00,126 applications were cleared on the spot at the meetings.
The remaining 5.50 lakh applications would be cleared within 90 days, he said. ``The State Government has proposed to issue 15 lakh white ration cards, 6 lakh pensions and to sanction 5 lakh Indiramma houses in the State. Along with the subsidized rice, nine other varieties would be supplied to consumers from Ugadi festival,'' Mr. Raghuveera Reddy said.
An amount of Rs 12,000 cr were allocated for the financial year 2013-14 in the State under SC, ST Sub-Plan. The economical backwardness among the people of these communities would be removed, he added. The Minister inaugurated Village Revenue Office and Mee Seva centre at Kurnavalli.
Minister for Horticulture Ramreddy Venkat Reddy urged the people to make use of Revenue Meets. Land disputes are leading to other crimes and family disputes. Clearing of land related disputes would reduce the number of other crimes, he said.
Sattupalli MLA Sandra Venkata Veeraiah, Bhadrachalam MLA Kunja Satyavathi, Khammam Agriculture Market Committee chairman Radha Kishore, Joint Collector Surendramohan, RDO Sanjiva Reddy and other officials were present.