Hyderabad: The much-awaited services of the flagship Dharani portal of the state government went live across the Telangana State on Monday.
Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar officially opened the service at the Shamshabad Tahsildar Bureau. Collector Amoy Kumar of the Rangareddy District clarified the mechanism and procedures involved in the registration of Dharani.
With the exception of the district of Hyderabad, farmers in 570 mandals across the state can now access the facilities of Dharani. On the Dharani site, information relating to 1.48 lakh acres and 59.46 lakh accounts have already been updated, the Chief Secretary said.
Dharani systems promote registration and mutation on the spot. On October 29, Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao launched the Dharani portal.
On Monday, 946 people paid the registration fee, while the slots were booked by 888 individuals. People can book slots for payment of Rs.200 at MeeSeva Centres, Somesh Kumar said, adding that technical glitches would be addressed immediately if any, and that things would be streamlined in a few days. (INN)