Dharani portal would become a trendsetter in the country in streamlining the age-old otherwise haphazard land records that gave scope for the scandals in the past”, said Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao.
He was speaking at a public meeting after formally launching the much-awaited Dharani Portal in Tehsildar office of the Mudu Chintalapalli village in Medchal-Malkajgiri district today. He said the Dharani portal is now fully functional and the services of it can be accessible in 570 mandals except in Hyderabad district beginning today. He said it is fully foolproof and so far over 1,48,50,000 acres of agricultural lands have been uploaded and the rest would be completed in the next 20 days. “After which the uploading of non-agricultural land records would be taken up”, he said adding that anybody can have access to the details of any given land anywhere in the state from across the world and can also get their property registered online just by a click of the mouse. “Any property that is not registered on the Dharani Portal would be treated as illegal”, declared the CM.
He also announced that the Dharani portal was launched with a view to preventing illegal land transactions, duplicate registrations, fake document creations etc in order to protect the original owner. This would also enable complete the registration and mutation process within 15-minutes using the fool-proof technology following which the passbook would reach their house within 7 working days.
Earlier, he was welcomed by the Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar and Medchal District Collector. Minister