Amaravati: While the trend of digital transaction is relatively new in the country, the various policies that incorporate it are still in its infant stages. However, as a change of pace, the Andhra Pradesh government is all set to bring some reforms in the Department of Registrations and Stamps. The government has given importance to transparency, and thus the priority was given for cashless transactions in their changes. The new reforms will come into force from November 1, 2019.
The government has made sure to study its effects through various samples before moving ahead with the reforms. As the government understood the necessity of financial transactions in registrations, the reform makes sure to promote cashless transaction. Another significant change in the policy is the removal of middlemen.
While the project was successfully implemented as a trial in Krishna and Visakhapatnam districts, the authorities still address the need to learn the new policy. Workshops will be organised in all districts in Andhra Pradesh from Monday. The higher officials will explain the new policy to their lower officials. The government will also invite suggestions from people and is ready to make changes if needed.