HARYANA HAS accomplished the work of drone mapping of the Lal Dora villages and now the work of mapping of income estates (agricultural land) shall be began by the Survey of India from August 31.
“A goal has been set to finish it within the subsequent six months,” stated ACS (Income), Sanjeev Kaushal whereas reviewing the SVAMITVA Scheme with the deputy commissioners of the district by way of video convention right here Saturday.
“Authorities of India has given approval to get the mapping of income estates (agricultural land) carried out by way of Survey of India and the expenditure for this work shall be borne by the state authorities. To finish the apply of Lal Dora – which has been prevalent within the State since 1908 through the British period – an train has been began in Haryana. Underneath this, the mapping of Lal Dora of round 6,329 villages of twenty-two districts of the state has been accomplished until August 24, of which information processing of 5,333 villages has been carried out by Survey of India. Underneath the SVAMITVA Scheme, 1,63,262 properties have been registered in 1990 villages and 1,59,041 property playing cards have been distributed in 1,963 villages. Efforts are being made to expedite the registration course of by conducting particular campaigns and organising camps in villages. Whole mission outlay is of Rs 150 crore. The work of registration and distribution of title deed can be concerned on this and shall be accomplished by October 31, 2021,” Kaushal stated.
He added, “The property of the Lal Dora-free village will get particular recognition and mortgage may also be sanctioned by the financial institution on immovable property and the villagers have additionally bought the proper to promote and purchase their property. Additionally, the issues associated to SVAMITVA scheme have turn into managed on account of this.”
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Kaushal additionally urged the district deputy commissioners to make sure huge publicity of registration of properties of land house owners being carried out freed from value beneath the SVAMITVA mission within the villages. Subsequently, all of the villagers ought to register their property coming beneath Lal Dora in tehsil/sub-tehsil and reap the benefits of this facility being offered by the federal government freed from value.
Lal Dora land in each village in Haryana is usually used for residential functions with none income document. The time period ‘Lal Dora’ was first utilized in 1908 to outline basti (inhabitants) land of a village and was used just for non-agricultural functions. To separate Lal Dora from agricultural land, the income division used to repair Lal Dora across the village extension land.
“Lal Dora was exempted from constructing by-laws/building legal guidelines/scheduled areas and so on., which led to the expansion of those properties. Earlier there was no registry for home or land in Lal Dora and this led to conflicts between households and societies. Regardless of proudly owning a property, there have been no papers to ascertain the possession of the property and there was no correct demarcation of the land utilized by the villagers and owned by the panchayat. Because of which public locations, playgrounds, ponds, drains and so on. have been encroached upon within the villages,” Kaushal added.