Revenue land records to be rectified with respective survey records: Moudgil

Source: DHNS | Published on 11th July 2019, 11:48 AM | Coastal News |

Karwar: District In-charge Secretary Maneesh Moudgil has stated that a new order will be issued soon for the rectification of revenue land records (RTC) with respect to the survey department across the State, as the present land records are creating confusions during surveys with lack of proper documents, he added.

He noted this while speaking during a meeting of district-level officials, held at Deputy Commissioner's office in the City on Monday.

He said, at present, the land dealings of both government and private land is lagging behind with a lack of proper documents and differences in the land records when compared to both revenue and survey department. Hence, a project has been planned to rectify the revenue records with their respective survey records. By doing this, the 11e revenue blueprints will be made available. A notification in this regard will be issued within 10 days, he informed.

In the first phase, priority for rectification of RTC will be given to private land. The government land will be dealt with according to the standard operating procedure followed in Durasti cases, he added. 

The district in-charge secretary also said that the secretaries of some co-operative societies have illegally obtained loans by claiming themselves as beneficiaries under the loan-waiver scheme. They have cheated the government by making use of the government scheme. Hence, the officials concerned should register cases against such people and take action, he directed.

The district has recorded 73% in the registration of farmers under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman scheme, he said and added that still, there is an opportunity to increase the currently recorded percentage by concentrating on the taluks which are lagging behind.

Deputy Commissioner K Harish Kumar, Zilla Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Mohammed Roshan, Assistant Commissioners, and officials of various departments were present on the occasion.

Revenue and survey departments should do ground verification on the land.

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