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GURUGRAM: The Haryana authorities is planning to map city areas and assign a novel ID to every property in order that there isn’t any unlawful occupation of land. The transfer comes after the federal government mapped 6,286 villages utilizing drones and registered ‘Lal Dora’ areas.
The time period ‘Lal Dora’, which accurately interprets to purple thread, was coined in the course of the British regime and refers back to the observe of drawing purple strains on maps to demarcate agricultural areas from non-agricultural plots. Additionally, plots which might be known as ‘Lal Dora’ are usually not registered with the authorities and the possession actually rests with the household that occupies the land. Within the absence of any paperwork to show possession, this typically results in fights between households. The transfer to map areas is geared toward registering such plots.
Chief secretary Sanjeev Kaushal mentioned the federal government had thus far issued over 19 lakh property IDs after registering ‘Lal Dora’ plots within the villages. Within the city areas, the federal government will now put together a database of all properties in personal colonies, areas below the municipal company and HSVP sectors. The information will likely be shared with the civic physique.
The transfer is a part of the federal government’s SVAMITVA scheme. After the areas are mapped, the house owners of ‘Lal Dora’ plots will get correct paperwork. “It will assist us preserve a test on disputes over possession of land,” mentioned deputy commissioner Nishant Yadav.
Officers mentioned since there was no possession within the case of ‘Lal Dora’ plots, the federal government bought no income for these plots. Within the absence of paperwork, settlements began arising on grounds, close to drains and ponds. This led to unplanned growth. These areas weren’t ruled by any constructing bylaw. The creation of IDs will now assist the house owners of ‘Lal Dora’ plots to get loans towards their properties.


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