Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Survey of 17,461 villages by 2023-end

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PNS|Vijayawada

The Cabinet Sub-Ccommittee meeting was held on the ‘Jagananna Bhuhakku- Bhuraksha’ scheme under the chairmanship of Minister Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy on Wednesday. Ministers Botsa Satyanarayana and Dharmana Prasada Rao, who are members of the sub-committee, reviewed the progress of the ‘Jagananna Bhuhakku – Bhuraksha’ scheme.

Ministers spoke on the occasion and directed the officials to complete the survey process of 17,461 villages by the end of 2023. They said that AP is at the forefront of the comprehensive survey across the country and no laxity would be tolerated in this survey. They said that CM YS Jagan has launched this survey programme with great ambition and so far the survey process has been completed in about 2,000 villages and permanent land title documents have also been issued by the government.

The ministers said that so far about two lakh mutations have been resolved in 4.3 lakh subdivisions. It is suggested to work according to the target of completing the distribution of land title documents to 6,000 villages by May, 9,000 villages by August, 13,000 villages by October, and 17,461 villages by December.

They said that so far 5264 villages have been recorded by drone and ORI maps will be prepared for 4006 villages by June 2023. Also, ground truthing for 3191 villages and ground validation for 2464 villages have been completed and the rest of the process has also been requested to be expedited.

The minister said that already as part of a comprehensive survey, the government is taking precautions to ensure that justice is done for the residents of Gramkantham lands in rural areas. Also, the complaints received from the landowners should be investigated in the Mobile Magistrate Court and asked to ensure that no injustice is done to anyone.

It is suggested to start a comprehensive survey in rural areas as well as municipalities. They said that the government has already provided 30 state-of-the-art drones, 70 base stations, and 1330 GNSS rovers for the survey. The Ministers directed that drone surveys, ground truthing, preparation of maps, verification, issuance of notices, settlement of disputes, and planting of survey stones should be completed in a phased manner.

CPLA G Saiprasad, Survey & Settlement Commissioner Siddharth Jain, Municipal Administration Commissioner & Director Praveen Kumar, AP Technology Services Corporation Chairman Saurabh, Mines, and Geology Director VG Venkata Reddy, and others participated in the meeting.

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