Hyderabad: The Telangana government is focusing on tackling all land and asset ownership rights with the implementation of the Revenue Bill without putting any financial pressure on individuals, said KT Rama Rao, Minister of Municipal Administration and Urban Development.
Passbooks of various colours will be given for agricultural and non-agricultural land. Most land and ownership problems related to rural areas have already been resolved, he said.
The government is now concentrating on resolving non-agricultural land problems, the minister said while holding a video conference on Saturday with elected public members, MLAs, members of the colony association and officials here.
In Hyderabad, it is estimated that there are about 24.5 lakh assets. In ownership and other conflicts, a few properties are involved in these. “The government of Telangana is also concentrating on resolving LIG and MIG individuals’ ownership rights,” Rao said.
The government has no intention of raising any fees from individuals. The principle is to promote and resolve all rights of ownership, the Minister said.
After discussing all the issues at the video conference, the government is prepared to take more decisions in the cabinet if necessary, the minister said.
There shouldn’t be any land and asset exchange problems in the future. Efforts are underway to hammer out a lasting solution to this effect, he said.
All elected public representatives should participate actively in the assets and property information uploading exercise to the Dharani portal over the next 15 days, he instructed.
People should not approach any agents for uploading the details of their assets and properties. The entire exercise is being done for free and people do not have to pay a single rupee, the Minister said.
Mayor Bonthu Rammohan, Animal Husbandry Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav, MAUD Principal Secretary Arvind Kumar and others participated in the video conference. (INN)