Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao has declared that people having non-agriculture properties would be issued Maroon colour pattadar passbooks.
He said that the state government’s aim is to protect the properties of the poor and middle classes through the revolutionary new Revenue Act.
Mr Rao said, the passbooks are issued to protect people permanently from land litigations and disputes and confer them with full rights on their properties.
The Chief Minister held a high-level meeting at Pragathi Bhavan on Wednesday on new Revenue Act implementation, registering the non-agriculture properties on Dharani Portal and other related issues.
In the review meeting, Ministers K T Rama Rao, Errabelli Dayakar Rao, Vemula Prashanth Reddy, Puvvada Ajay Kumar, State Planning Board Vice Chairman B Vinod Kumar, Government’s Chief Advisor Rajiv Sharma, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, MLAs Bajireddy Goverdhan, Peddi Sudarshan Reddy, Ganesh Bigala, A Jeevan Reddy, Sandra Venkata Veeraiah, Guvvala Balraju, MLCs Madireddy Srinivas Reddy, B Laxminarayana, CMO Principal Secretary S Narsing Rao, Secretary Ms Smita Sabharwal, OSD Bhoopal Reddy, MAUD Principal Secretary Arvind Kumar and others participated.
He urged the people in the state to get mutations done online for free of cost for their houses, plots, flats, houses constructed at the agriculture wells, farm houses and other non-agriculture properties.
The Chief Minister said, henceforth every inch of land to be transferred and registered from one name to other done only through the Dharani portal.
Mr Rao asked people to register online the details of their non-agriculture properties, details of their family members, and Aadhar cards information by taking their house number from the Panchayat and Municipal employees and register them online.
If Mutation for the property details are not done now, there will be a problem in transferring their properties to their children, an official release quoting Chief Minister said late last night.