Gives a green signal to reopening of schools from February 1
Hyderabad: The Chief Minister of the State K. Chandrashekhar Rao today instructed the officials concerned to solve all the revenue department related issues immediately. The CM also instructed the officials to make all the necessary changes, additions to the Dharani Portal within a week’s time. He instructed that arrangements should be made to reopen the classes from 9th standard upwards from February 1. He also wanted all the arrangements for the Corona vaccination should be made forthwith.
He also gave instructions that top priority and importance to be given for reviving the forests. He also wanted promotions should be given in all the departments, and all the vacancies should be filled up at one go. The CM also instructed that in all the urban areas in proportion to the population, integrated markets, and Vaikunta Dhams should be constructed.
The CM held a meeting with the Ministers and Collectors at Pragathi Bhavan in the city. The Government Advisors, secretaries of the departments, and heads of the departments participated in the meeting.
Speaking on the occasion the Chief Minister said that before the formation of Telangana State, the maintenance of revenue records was in chaos and added that it often leads to clashes and litigations. He said that the Telangana government had made several attempts to put an end to the frequent litigation arising out of improper records and to clearly state who is the owner of every bit of land. The comprehensive purification of land records, issue of new passbooks, the new Revenue Act and other reforms are undertaken by the government is clear on the ownership rights. The CM has expressed satisfaction that the Dharani Portal launched to make sales and purchases; maintenance of records in a transparent manner was successful cent percent.
The CM has instructed the officials to make more flexibility in the sale and purchase of agricultural lands; modification should be done to the Dharani Portal within one week’s time. The CM asked the District Collectors to personally take initiative and solve all issues pertaining to the Revenue Department. He asked the officials to invite fresh applications for the pending mutations and the mutations should be done within a week.
“Make the Dharani Portal more user-friendly. For this immediately make the necessary modifications. Create a facility on Dharani Portal for the NRIs to register based on their Passport Number. Modify Dharani in such a way that companies and societies should also be able to get passbooks for the lands that they purchase. Earlier, the details of those who did not give their Aadhar numbers were not uploaded in Dharani. Give them one more chance and register their Aadhar number and issue Passbooks. The District Collectors should solve all the disputes with regard to Land Transfer regulation in the agency areas within a month. Create a facility on Dharani for those who booked the slot to cancel or reschedule their slots.
The list of prohibited lands should be updated regularly. Make changes as per the Court verdicts. Put the land collected by the government from farmers under the Prohibited List. Solve all the issues under Part B except those involved in legal litigation. The district collectors should examine the application came for the regularisation of Sada Bainamas and solve them. Allow the facility to register GPA, SPA, and AGPA through the Dharani Portal. The cases pending before the revenue court’s jurisdiction should be cleared quickly by the District level Tribunals to be formed under the leadership of district collectors. If the Collectors delegate revenue-related issues to the lower rung officials and wash off their hands, things will not work. Hence the Collectors should personally examine all the matters and take decisions accordingly,” the CM said.
“Reopen Classes from 9th standard upwards in all the private and government educational institutions from Feb 1. Classes should be held for the students of 10th, Intermediate, Degree, and other professional courses. Meanwhile, keep ready hostels, residential schools, and all educational institutions and ensure that the toilets are clean. The Collectors should take the necessary measures to keep the educational institutions clean and hygienic. Since the educational institutions are closed for many days, clean the entire premises; ensure that the food grains, essential commodities are not rotten. By Jan 25, keep the educational institutions ready to conduct the classes. Ministers should visit SC, ST, BC Hostels and see to that they are fit for the students to stay,” the CM said.