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Panel on Dharani to begin analyzing issues of the portal from January 17

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A vital assembly of the committee constituted on the Dharani portal, acclaimed because the one-stop answer for land-related transactions by the earlier BRS Authorities, will likely be held on January 17.

The assembly will evolve modalities on the best way ahead with regard to the portal which drew flak from a number of sections, farmers specifically. The brand new Congress Authorities had due to this fact determined to go for a complete revamp of the portal and substitute Dharani with Bhumata rectifying the lapses within the current system which might be resulting in teething troubles within the land registration processes.

The federal government had constituted a five-member committee chaired by senior Congress chief M. Kodanda Reddy and retired bureaucrat Raymond Peter, land legal guidelines professional M. Sunil Kumar and retired particular grade Deputy Collector B. Madhusudan as members. The Chief Commissioner of Land Administration has been made the member convenor of the committee.

The committee has determined to fulfill on January 17, the deadline set for the departments involved to furnish info regarding Dharani. “As soon as the knowledge is acquired, we are going to work out the modalities on the best way to go about within the coming days,” a committee member advised The Hindu.

It was accordingly determined to go along with an “open thoughts” in learning the functioning of the portal and discover methods to resolve the problems that cropped up within the operation of Dharani. The members are of the opinion that it’s going to take a while to look at all facets of Dharani and therefore, it has been determined to submit interim studies on totally different facets now and again.

“Preparation of the primary report and the suggestions will take time. We will likely be submitting the interim report regarding facets that may be addressed simply within the curiosity of consumers/sellers of the land,” the member mentioned.

The portal launched by former Chief Minister Okay. Chandrasekhar Rao on October 29, 2020, has been plagued with issues from day one with complaints pouring in on its functioning. These embody patta lands in possession of homeowners being put within the prohibited listing, elimination of names within the enjoyment column and changing them with these of pattadars, mismatch between the extent of lands in information and precise discipline dimensions and absence of provision for registering lands within the title of a number of house owners.


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