Now register non-agriculture land online in Telangana

Naveen S Garewal
Tribune News Service

Hyderabad, November 15 

After a successful launch of online registration of agricultural lands, Telangana has decided to start the registration of non-agricultural lands and properties through its newly launched portal “Dharani”.

The experiment has completely eliminated the need of middlemen and the process is completed in 20 minutes.

This integrated land record management system portal for non-agriculture land will commence from November 23, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) said after a decision was taken at a high-level review meeting on Sunday.

The portal was launched on October 29 when records pertaining to about 1.46 crore acres of land were put online. Initially, only agricultural lands were registered through Dharani portal but looking at the success, the same facility is being extended to non-agriculture land.

Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar would launch the registration process of non-agricultural lands and properties on November 23.

KCR said, “We have decided to commence registration of non-agricultural lands and properties after getting all the matters relating to the Dharani portal cleared. Hence, we waited for some days. On November 23, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar will launch the registration process for the non-agricultural lands and properties,” he said in a statement.



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