Hyderabad: The Telangana Chief Minister, K. Chandrashekhar Rao, on 22 November, instructed officials to start the process of registration of non-agriculture properties on Dharani portal once the High Court vacates the stay order.
The registration of non-agriculture property on the Dharani portal was scheduled to start from 23 November. On 3 November, the Telangana High Court put a stay on registration after hearing three petitions raising doubts about the safety and security of the details filed on the portal.
The High Court, which is looking into the procedures adopted for registration of non-agricultural properties on the portal, will once again take up the case on 23 November.
The Chief Minister said the government is ready to start the process. "The government had already given an explanation on the issues raised by the Telangana High Court in this regard. Since the case comes up for hearing on 23 November, the administration should be ready to start the registration process from 25 November," he said.
KCR also added that the officials have already fixed the price of properties in villages, towns, and urban areas in the state and nobody has any discretionary powers to change them.