Agri. Properties Registrations Through Dharani Started: CS
Hyderabad, Nov.2 (Maxim News): Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar today informed that registrations of agricultural properties through Dharani started all over the State successfully.
He visited Tahasildar office at Shamshabad to oversee the registration of agricultural properties and handed over the first registered copies to the individual who made gift deed on his wife’s name.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that the Honourable Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao launched Dharani portal on 29th of last month to provide corruption free and hassle free registration services to the farmers.
He said that 946 members paid money towards registrations while 888 members booked slot today. He said that slots can also be booked at Meesevacentres by paying Rs 200.
The Government will take a decision on pending mutations shortly, the chief secretary added.Explaining the salient features of Dharani, Chief Secretary said that it is a most easy, simple, transparent and corruption free system.
Registration and mutation to be done at a time without any discretion and corruption. Registration to be done by Aadhar authentication of the buyer, seller, witness with biometric attendance.
Four type of registrations – Sale deed, Gift deed, succession and partition will be done under Dharani. Those with smart phones can also book slot under Dharani. If any problem arises due to finger print then registration can be done through eye sight. Slot booking can also be done through bank payment.
Computer generated registration documents will be given to the citizens. He said that based on the reports coming from the districts registrations started at all places.The technical issues will be resolved by technical teams within 2 to 3 days.
He informed that the Chief Minister will announce a date on the registrations of Non-agricultural lands.Special tribunals will be set up for pending applications. Ronald Rose.
Special Secretary, Finance, Amoy Kumar, , District Collector, Ranga Reddy and others attended the program. (Maxim News)