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Another landmark in sight for Telangana

Hyderabad: The first phase of land purification, updation and computerisation drive is nearing completion and the State government set December 25 as the deadline in all 10,885 revenue villages in the State.

Revenue officials have so far visited 10,806 revenue villages under the drive and completed various processes, including acceptance of objections from landowners. The State government started the first phase of the drive on September 15 with an objective to settle long-pending land issues at the village level itself.

During phase-I, revenue officials called for objections pertaining to correction of names, survey numbers, extent, typographical mistakes and deleting the portion of land already sold from the revenue records. Officials spent 10 days in each village and handed over Records of Rights (ROR) certificate to owners besides calling for objections.

Though the deadline for phase-I was December 31, the government wanted to complete the survey in all villages by December 25 and use the remaining time for updating revenue records online. “The drive has almost come to an end in all revenue villages and the remaining would be covered within ten days,” Vakati Karuna, Mission Director, Land Purification, Updation and Computerisation Programme, told Telangana Today on Thursday.

Karuna said: “Though the computerisation process had already begun using specially developed software, we have allocated another week to complete
the updation process without leaving any village or survey number.”

Once the first phase is completed, the State government decided to place the updated revenue records on public domain by January next, and subsequently, new e-pattadar passbooks would also be issued to land owners starting from January 26.

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