CS Review Dharani related issues

Hyderabad, February 12 (Maxim News) Dharani : Somesh Kumar, Chief Secretary Government of Telangana and Narsing Rao, Prl. Secretary  to Chief Minister today held a detailed review meeting on Dharani related issues  with concerned officials at BRKR Bhavan.

During the review meeting it was noted that various steps have been taken to address and clear several longstanding issues.  Pending mutation module is available in Dharani.  So far, 74688 applications have been received, 62847 disposed by the Collectors in this module.

Dharani issues:

A module for granting Pattadar Passbooks to companies, institutions is available in Dharani. An NRI module to address NRI related issues is also deployed in Dharani. A module for registration by and in favour of institutions/companies was under development and would be deployed by 15th February, 2021.

CS Review Dharani related issues 
CS Review Dharani related issues

Chief Secretary directed that special teams to be constituted to visit villages and study how these modules were being used in the districts. These teams will identify hardships, if any, relating to these issues and suggest solutions for resolving these issues. Chief Secretary also directed that Dharani related issues should be attended on priority and Collectors should take personal interest in the matters and resolve cases, particularly cases kept in Part-B, on priority.

Seshadri, CIG, Ronald Rose, Special Secretary, Finance, GT. Venkateshwar Rao, MD, TSTS, Ms. Satyasaradha, Special Officer, O/o CCLA, B.Ramaiah, Sunder Abnar, OSD(LM &LAR), O/o CCLA  and other officials were present in the meeting.

It is mention here that the Dharani portal, the comprehensive all-in-one platform for agricultural and non-agricultural land transactions, which was launched on November 2 is still facing several hiccups.

Describing it as a good initiative, experts felt that a few more changes are required to make it more user-friendly. (Maxim News)

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