Srikakulam: Jagan calls Chandrababu `Ravana'; launches `Bhu Raksha Pathakam' 2nd phase

“I have observed that 80 to 90% of civil cases happen because of land issues. This survey will end all of that,” Jagan said.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  24 Nov 2022 2:50 AM GMT
Srikakulam: Jagan calls Chandrababu `Ravana; launches `Bhu Raksha Pathakam 2nd phase

Srikakulam: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy launched a frontal attack on TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu and called him 'Ravana'.

Addressing a public event in Srikakulam, Jagan berated the TDP supremo and said that time had come to say, 'Bye-Bye to Babu'.

CM slammed Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan for misleading the people against the YSRCP Government. "Chandrababu's adopted son had visited Uddanam kidney victims. But what people want to know is, what exactly did the TDP government do for kidney patients when they were in power?" he asked.

Earlier Jagan launched the second phase of the Jagananna Saswatha Bhu Hakku and Bhu Raksha Pathakam resurvey program in Srikakulam's Narasannapeta.

During the 15-day program, 'Swastha Bhu Hakku Pathraalu' (land title documents) are expected to be distributed among 7.92 lakh property owners.

"I have observed that 80 to 90% of civil cases happen because of land issues. This survey will end all of that," Jagan said.

The resurvey of land documents and registration commenced from Narasannapet. It would continue for two weeks and cover over 2,000 villages.

The AP government aims to survey 40 lakh public and private properties in 123 urban areas and 85 lakh public and private properties in 13,371 Gramkantham (village habitations). Additionally, this is the first time that these municipal lands and village sites have been inspected. The project has been undertaken at an estimated cost of ₹1,000 crore.

Using cutting-edge tools like drones, operational reference stations, and GNSS rovers, AP has become one of the top states in the nation to conduct this extensive resurvey. As per the government's schedule, land registrations of 2000 villages will be completed by November 2022. The registration process for another 4000 will be completed by February 2023; another 6000 by May, 9000 by August, 13,000 by October, and 17,584 by December 2023.

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