Hyderabad: The Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) welcomed the government’s shift to online revenue services through reforms of revenue legislation. TITA President Sundeep Kumar Makthala said that the new Revenue Act would lead to a new administration revolution.
Makthala said that making key services online is a welcome move and will help the common citizens of the state and commend the government for taking such a popular initiative. He appealed to the government to provide more online services that would help common citizens.
“Local people would reap the rewards if the government allows a range of online resources. People used to do rounds in different offices to get their job finished.
Automation of facilities would address long-standing land and other problems. The digitization of revenue systems will address all of these problems, “he said.
Speaking of the convenience provided to people employed in the IT sector, Makthala said that more than 60 per cent of people employed in the IT industry in Hyderabad come from elsewhere. “In the early days, there was a sense of fear for this working segment about buying land in the area.
However, the new online services offered by the new revenue law offer much-needed relief to all those willing to buy land in the area, “he said.
Makthala said that the common people expect the revenue administration to be open , transparent and open of grafts. The new law will provide all of this and is a comprehensive one-stop solution for the effective, accountable and transparent administration of revenue in the state, he said. (INN)