Bhu Hakku scheme: Jagan instructs officials to expedite distribution of permanent title deeds

Taking stock of the distribution of title deeds at a review meeting held on Monday, the Chief Minister directed the officials to complete the distribution of title deeds by January.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  26 Dec 2022 1:20 PM GMT
Bhu Hakku scheme: Jagan instructs officials to expedite distribution of permanent title deeds

Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on Monday directed the officials to expedite the distribution of permanent title deeds to beneficiaries in 2,000 villages where the first phase of resurvey has been completed under the YSR Jagananna Saswatha Bhu Hakku Mariyu Bhu Raksha Scheme.

Taking stock of the distribution of title deeds at a review meeting held on Monday, the Chief Minister directed the officials to complete the distribution of title deeds by January. Responding to the action plan outlined by the officials to take up the survey in 2,000 villages under the second phase and complete the distribution of title deeds by 15 February, Jagan told them to recruit necessary staff in more than 15,000 village and ward secretariats by taking the village secretariat as a unit. The resurvey, taken up after 100 years, should be foolproof and of high standards, bound to re-write history.

The CM suggested that after handing over the title deeds individual letters be written to all beneficiaries explaining how they have benefited while getting relief from the complex land disputes and court cases arising out of Section 22-A. While stressing the need to speed up the survey to find a permanent solution for land owners who suffered from various litigations, Jagan directed the geology and mining department to increase the production of survey stones at their units and have them ready by March.

Earlier, officials told the Chief Minister that permanent title deeds were handed over to 7.29 lakh persons in 2,000 villages in 4.3 lakh sub-divisions under the first phase that witnessed 2 lakh mutations and 92,000 first-time entries and solved 19,000 land disputes besides saving Rs. 37.57crores of the people's money. The survey is likely to be completed by July 2023 in 4,119 ward secretariats spread across 123 corporations and municipalities in the urban areas of the state.

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