Drone Survey to issue land records with ease in State: Ashoka

Drone Survey to issue land records with ease in State: Ashoka

January 12, 2023

PM Modi to launch process of making Lambani Tandas as Revenue Villages from Kalaburagi on Jan. 19

Bengaluru: To address recurring land disputes and further streamline the process of issuing authentic land records to its owners, the State Government is all set to incorporate technology. Drones will be deployed to conduct  survey and prepare the map of the land, as part of the nationwide exercise taken up to realise the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Announcing this to media persons on Monday, Revenue Minister R. Ashoka said “Within one year, the survey works will be completed and map will be issued through a digitalised system. The survey includes both private and government lands to enable the owners to obtain the maps with ease.”

“Drone surveys have already been taken up at Ramanagara and Kalaburagi districts on a pilot basis and the maps of agricultural lands are being prepared.  Similar measures will be replicated across the State and tenders have been invited in this regard, with Rs. 258 crore released for the purpose,” asserted Ashoka.

Separate tender will be invited for each districts and documents will be procured after survey and preparing the map, he added.

Lambani Tanda as Revenue Village

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will kickstart the process of converting Lambani Tandas into Revenue Villages in the State on Jan. 19. Over 2,000 such Hattis and Tandas belonging to various communities like that of   Lambanis, Gollas and Kurubas will be benefitted. As a first step, title deeds of the lands where the communities are dwelling will be issued at Kalaburagi on that day, added Ashoka.

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In the first phase, title deeds will be issued to 51,999 households and additional 50,000 in the second phase, who can register the property in the nearest Sub-Registrar’s Office. Later, they can avail of the benefits of bank loan on the basis of  the property.

Besides, Department of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj will take up the works on roads, electricity and drain and other basic infrastructural facilities at these Revenue Villages.

“As the lakhs of families residing in Lambani Tandas and Kurubara Hattis in the State are devoid of any identity, it was decided to convert their hamlets into Revenue Villages and issue title deeds to them. The process is expected to be completed by March,” said Ashoka.

 The forthcoming convention of Prime Minister in Kalaburagi will be attended by over 50,000 Lambanis dressed in traditional attire, the Minister added.

2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Drone Survey to issue land records with ease in State: Ashoka”

  1. Raampur Ka Laxman!! says:

    It does not matter what technology is used, it comes down to recording the aerial data. There corruption plays its part.
    Non-Mysoreans who are very rich, who arrived within the last 10 yeatrs, have laundered their illegal wealth into purchase of vast acres of land and construction of big houses. By bribing the MCC and MUDSA officials, they have ensured that their properties are not recorded, which means they do not pay property txes and Water taxes.
    Wait until, Narendra Modi’s promise to the UAR residents of so called Keralite businessmen, that he will approve Abu Dhabi-Mysore flights of A320/&37 jet liners, once Mysore airport is ready to receive them These Keralites are currently smuggling gold into Kerala and want to expand their business to Mysore.. They are already expanding their Hwala Channel money operations to Mysore through Wayanad-Nanjangud-Mysore corridor. They have acquired massive property portfolios of land and houses, which do not appear on MUDA?MCC records, as they bribe officials through gold ingots! Look at how gold distribution is taking place in Mysore. This is laundered wealth by the above Keralite so called businessmen.
    The exercise of drone flying is a total waste of time and money.

  2. Ravi says:

    It costs a few thousand rupees like 5000-10000 to fly a drone in Mysore for a detailed survey and far cheaper than going with a gang personally and submit a heft bill


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