Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao has called upon his party representatives in Municipalities, Panchayats and Councils including Mayors to get themselves involved in getting the non-agriculture properties like plots, flats, houses etc registered online wherever they were not registered.
He gave this clarion call to his party men while making it clear that the aim of his government is to ensure that the poor should not suffer due to the implementation of the new Acts and the fruits of the Acts should reach the poor and the last mile.
The CM while holding a review meeting with them reiterated that public representatives and officials should work 24×7 hours for the implementation of the new Acts, which were people-centric and were brought in for the welfare of people.
He also wanted public representatives and officials should ensure that the poor should not be adversely affected while implementing these Acts and made it clear that his government had no intention to fill coffers collected from the poor through regularisation of lands. The CM instructed the officials concerned to prepare solutions for the problems faced by people with regard to lands, properties before Dharani becomes fully operational. The CM also decided to solve all the problems related to the residential properties, construction sites, and property issues, which were unsolved for decades together.
“In the initial days of Telangana state formation, people who opposed the State cursed that the land rates will fall in the new State. With the measures taken by the State government, land rates in Telangana State both agriculture and non-agriculture are reaching peak demand. Due to good governance, there was a decline in land disputes, land grabbing incidents, harassments, land mafia activities and the Rowdyism.
The visible development has doubled the famous Hyderabadi culture of Ganga Jamuna Tehjeeb. Communities like Parsis, Marwaris, Gujaratis, Maharashtrians, and Sindhis have settled down in Hyderabad keeping their culture and constructing their temples without any fear. On the other hand, people from the rural areas who experienced a drought-like situation in their native villages under the united AP rule have migrated to Hyderabad and settled down. The poor Muslims have settled down not only in the Old City but also in other places in the new City. Poverty has no caste or religion. Our government works beyond the limits of caste, religion or class,” the CM said.
“When Acts are made to bring in a qualitative change in society, the poor should be put high on the agenda. This aim will be fulfilled by bringing in Dharani Portal operational. There will be total security and protection for the properties of the Poor. By giving Green Passbooks for the agriculture lands and Maroon passbook for the no agriculture properties, every inch of the property would be registered online. In the slum areas which used to have huts, now become buildings and pucka houses with the development. People gave us a wonderful majority and elected us. They gave their hearts to us. We have to really work hard for people who gave us a historic victory and extended their overwhelming support. The government decisions would be in favour of beneficiaries of GO 58, 59 and those poor who have constructed and living in the houses for decades together. Public representatives and officials should leave other works and visit all the Wards, collected details of people’s properties and ensure that they are registered online. Update even the minutest detail about land and properties,” the CM said.
The CM made the public representatives and Mayors present at the meeting to speak. They brought to the notice of the CM about the decades-old problems and issues pertaining to lands, properties in their areas. The CM made the officials concerned to make note of these issues. The CM also directed the officials to prepare guidelines to solve these problems immediately. Senior Public representatives present at the meeting said that in their long political career they have not seen any CM who had such an in-depth of knowledge and comprehension about the problem in the rural and urban areas including Hyderabad. The visionary decisions taken by the CM from time to time for the welfare of the poor had brought in a festive atmosphere all over the State, they said.