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Land problems to be solved in Revenue meets: Minister

Land problems to be solved  in Revenue meets: Minister
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Nizamabad: Revenue Minister N Raghuveera Reddy has directed the officials of Revenue and other departments in...

ministerNizamabad: Revenue Minister N Raghuveera Reddy has directed the officials of Revenue and other departments in the district to solve all land related problems during the Revenue Meets (Revenue Sadassulu) to be commenced from March 12 to April 10. Through a video-conference from Hyderabad, the Minister addressed the district officials and gave certain guidelines to solve the land related issues. There are 28,000 villages in the State and Grama Sabhas have to be conducted at the villages. The officials have to verify the land records thoroughly and make necessary corrections in the records. Raghuveera Reddy instructed the officials to receive applications from the common people with regard to the land related problems. The details of Government lands, Endowment lands, Wakf lands, Assigned lands and other details have to be furnished in the records correctly. The details of present possession of lands also would be furnished in the records, he said. The officials have to receive complaints from the public and try to solve them with the help of available records. The update of records would also help the Government to plan for further distribution of lands to SCs, STs and other backward sections, the Minister added. Chief Commissioner of Land Acquisition (CCLA) P K Mohanty, Principal Secretary D R Meena and other officials were present at the video-conference. Additional Joint Collector Sri Ram Reddy, In-charge DRO Sudhakar Reddy, IKP Project Director Venkatesam and other officials were present in Nizamabad. Karimnagar: District Collector Smitha Sabharwal informed that all arrangements were in place for the 'Revenue Sadassulu' (Revenue Meets) to be held from March 12 to April 10 at various places in the district. She informed that Revenue meets would start at 8 am in the specified villages. A team comprising of Mandal Revenue Officer, Revenue Inspector, Village Revenue Officer, Surveyor , IKP, Para legal, Community Surveyors, Agricultural officers, Technical Assistants, Wakf, Endowment and Forest officials would visit the villages and resolve the pending land issues. The Collector said that an acknowledgement would be given after receiving complaints from the public. The programme would be organised in all the habitations especially of the poor, SC and ST. Resolving pending land issues and identification of government lands would be accorded top priority in the programme. The details of the endowment, Wakf and government lands would be recorded in the land records through online.
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