Telangana

CM directs officials to resolve all Dharani pending applications as early as possible

Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has directed the officials to resolve all the pending applications related to the Dharani portal as early as possible.

Hyderabad: Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has directed the officials to resolve all the pending applications related to the Dharani portal as early as possible.

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The Chief Minister said that necessary arrangements should be made to resolve the issues at the Tahsildar offices by the first week of March. The Revenue department was directed to prepare guidelines to clear all the pending applications.

Revanth Reddy held a review meeting with the Dharani Committee at the Secretariat here on Saturday. Revenue Minister Ponguleti Srinivasa Reddy, Adviser to Chief Minister Vem Narender Reddy, Dharani Committee Members M. Kodanda Reddy, Retired IAS Raymond Peter, Advocate Sunil, Retired Special Grade Collector B. Madhusudan, Chief Secretary Santhi Kumari, Principal Secretary to Revenue department Naveen Mittal and other senior officials were present in the meeting.

As there are about 2.45 lakh pending cases related to the Dharani portal across the Telangana State, the Chief Minister discussed with the officials what are the ways to resolve these cases immediately in the first phase.

He advised the officials to issue necessary orders to resolve these issues immediately without troubling the farmers and to make arrangements for the same in the first week of March.

During the meeting, the Chief Minister was informed by the Dharani Committee Members that there are flaws in the ROR Act that came into force in 2020 and only with the hastily conducted comprehensive land survey in just three months, new complications came. Moreover, since the previous government had taken those records as standard, the land problems and land record disputes have been increased in manifold. Even small typographical errors in the names have not been rectified and the farmers are forced to go to the office of District Collectors for rectifying the mistakes, they explained.

The Chief Minister opined that there is a need of deep study the land issues and it needs to clean up the records without any land disputes or new complications.

“Based on the final report given by the Dharani Committee, a decision will be taken for a permanent solution.  Until then, the focus should be made on the problems that need to be solved immediately,” Revanth Reddy said.

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