Officers have been requested to finish the survey of 242 shortlisted villages in populated areas by October 2. On Gandhi Jayanti, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will declare one village in each district of the nation “Lal dora-free” and likewise distribute deeds. Nevertheless, Haryana goals at guaranteeing that 11 villages from every district, which suggests 242 villages in all, are Lal Dora-free by October 2.
Haryana deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala, who additionally holds the division of income and catastrophe administration portfolio, confirmed the small print whereas presiding over a evaluate assembly of officers associated to ‘Haryana large-scale mapping and possession mission’ (HaLSMP) in Chandigarh on Tuesday.
On the progress of the drone survey, the deputy CM was apprised that along with the stated 242 villages, drone survey work has been accomplished in eight different villages whereas remaining works are being completed at a quick tempo. Apart from, data-processing has been accomplished in 214 villages.
Sources stated maps of 123 villages had been handed over to the district administration. On being knowledgeable that some drones began malfunctioning attributable to tough climate, the deputy CM instructed officers involved to acquire further drones and full work on the earliest. Dushyant instructed Survey of India (SOI) officers to survey income estates together with populated areas in order that possession rights of land are verified.
He stated this may assist individuals entry digital information of their land at any time apart from saving time and assets. In keeping with Chautala, underneath the settlement signed between the Survey of India (SOI) with the Haryana authorities, a drone survey will safe the bounds of villages, metropolis and income estates, whereas guaranteeing there isn’t any encroachment of any sort. He stated this may result in transparency within the system.