Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has instructed officials to conduct a comprehensive land survey in three phases on a priority basis.
The CM said this will bring in transparency in land deals and added that the data should be digitalised.
The comprehensive land survey would be taken up at the village secretariat level and data would be digitalised to keep the record clean and transparent besides avoiding duplication.
During a review meeting with the Revenue Department, chaired by Jagan here on Monday the officials had told about the steps being initiated for a comprehensive land survey.
“Mobile courts will be pressed into service to address disputes and problems. The details of the survey would be digitalised from time to time and will be stored after encrypted to avoid manipulation. The data will be stored at different locations as a safety measure. In the digitalised mode, transfer and sale of land would be easy and the auto mutation process will bring in transparency into the transactions showing land ownership details,“ said an official statement.
The officials have explained to the Chief Minister about the working of Karn’s networking. They have shown him how it works and how it avoids duplication.
The Chief Minister had given the nod and asked the officers to take up the survey in three phases on a priority basis. “The teams should be fanned out with mandal as a unit and take up the survey,” he said.
Advisor to the Chief Minister, Ajay Kallam, Principal Secretary, Land and Endowments, Usha Rani and other officials participated in the meeting.