Officials told to complete land verification works
Nizamabad: The process of land verifications of the surveyed lands under Bhu Bharati project should be...
Nizamabad: The process of land verifications of the surveyed lands under Bhu Bharati project should be completed in the next 15 days in the district, said District Collector Christina Z Chongthu. Christina Z Chongthu, who held a review meeting with the district officials and Tahsildars at the Collectorate here on Saturday, reviewed the progress of Bhu Bharati project in Nizamabad district. The Bhu Bharati, the country's first integrated land information system project, was initially taken up in Nizamabad district on a pilot basis. The main objective of the project is to take the images of land scientifically using Geographical Position System (GPS) and aerial photography to overcome the deficiencies in the maintenance of land records and grant conclusive land titles. Speaking at the meeting, Christina Z Chongthu said that Nizamabad was selected for the Bhu Bharati project in 2005 and so far, about 13.84 lakh acres of land had been surveyed in 914 villages and a total of 9,85,175 LPM maps had been prepared under the project. She said that the survey works of churches, dargah, go downs, burial grounds, offices of electricity, agricultural, marketing, animal husbandry and horticulture departments, roads, including national and state highways, jails, police stations, milk dairies, fisheries, stadiums, railway stations and bus stations, hospitals, universities, industries and offices of BSNL, Nizam Sugars and other properties were completed and officials of those departments are requested to ap roach the concerned authorities to verify the survey works in 15 days. "If anybody has any objections over the survey maps, they can approach the surveyors in their respective mandal headquarters and resolve their land problems," the Collector said. Joint Collector Harshavardhan, Bhu Bharati Project Officer Sudharshan, RDO Hanmanth Reddy, DPO Suresh Babu and other officials were present.
14 Oct 2019 10:28 AM GMT