Every property in Haryana including private, government and even the controversial properties would have a unique ID. This is planned to ensure that in future no dispute is created over such property.
An information in this regard was providing by Haryana chief minister, Manohar Lal Khattar while presiding over the review meeting of Haryana Large Scale Mapping Project and SVAMITVA scheme held at Chandigarh. He said that the consolidation work should be done again after every 50 years and a separate cadre should be made for the consolidation work. He further directed that the land should be assessed on the basis of acreage rather than village. He said that a digital platform e-Bhoomi portal has been provided for people voluntarily giving land for government projects.
The CM directed Panchkula deputy commissioner to complete the drone mapping work in Morni block of the district within a month. For this, if any kind of assistance is required, then it will be provided immediately by the concerned department. He further directed the officials that 10 more drones should be provided for this work so that atleast one drone is available in every district.
During the meeting, the CM was apprised that out of total 7187 villages in the state, drone based imaging work of 5554 villages has been completed. Drone imaging of all Lal Dora villages in district Rewari has been completed. Bhiwani and Mahendragarh districts have also performed well. Besides this, 11 districts of Haryana will soon be free of Lal Dora, while the remaining districts will be free of Lal Dora in around six months. In addition, 345 villages have been declared Lal Dora free and 43166 title deeds have been registered till March 30 for Lal Dora areas. Registration through web portal is now available for the sale and purchase of these properties.