Land surveyors pulled up for inaction
Kurnool: District Collector C Sudarsan Reddy instructed the assistant director of Land Survey department to take departmental action against the...
Kurnool: District Collector C Sudarsan Reddy instructed the assistant director of Land Survey department to take departmental action against the surveyors who failed to survey the land even after people paid necessary fee for the survey of their lands. During the Dial-Your-Collector programme here on Monday, the district collector received a number of complaints against the surveyors. The collector asked the assistant director whether the surveyors were staying at the work place or not. Additional Joint Collector Rama Swamy, DRO Venugopal Reddy, ZP CEO Suryaprakash were present.
The collector said that the joint collector, RDOs and tahsildars should call for land records to solve the problems. He instructed the officials of departments concerned to clear the pending bills for individual latrines and housing immediately.
Some persons from Chippagiri mandal informed the collector that a person got the 30 acres in the survey no 99A and 99B belonging to temple registered in his name and the tahsildar did not cancel the passbooks even after the RDO issued instructions to that effect. Chinna Pullaiah of Madduru village in Chagalamarri mandal, Adinarayana of Battaluru village in Allagadda mandal and another victim from Done mandal informed the district collector that the surveyors were not surveying their lands even several months after paying necessary fee. The collector assured them that their land would be surveyed soon.
He instructed DRO Venugopal Reddy to conduct training classes for VROs of all the villages in the district. Varalakshmi and Nagendramma of Aluru mandal complained to the collector that their bills were not paid two years after they constructed the houses under Indiramma housing. The collector said that the bills would be paid in a week.
Villagers of Kasipuram in Aluru mandal complained that the ration shop dealer Padmavati was not selling kerosene every month to the card holders but selling in black market. A villager from Chippagiri mandal complained that he had applied for pattadar passbook but the VRO was demanding bribe for issuing the passbook.
The collector instructed the officials to solve the problems received in Dial-Your-Collector in the same week and submit the report to him.