Telangana govt to issue maroon colour pattadar passbooks for non-agri properties

South India

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has declared that people having non-agriculture properties would be issued maroon colour Pattadar passbooks.


The Telangana government would issue maroon colour pattadar passbooks to those who own non-agricultural properties in the state as part of the governments efforts to safeguard these from litigations and disputes. 

As per the report, the state government’s aim is to protect the properties of the poor and middle classes through the revolutionary new Revenue Act.

On Wednesday, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao held a high-level meeting at Pragathi on new revenue Act implementation, registering the non-agriculture properties on Dharani Portal and other related issues

The CM appealed to the people to enrol online their houses, plots, flats and other non-agriculture properties. This will not only protect the house sites of the poor but also enable them to raise loans from banks

The Chief Minister further asked people to register online the details of their non-agriculture properties, details of their family members, and Aadhar cards information by taking their house number from the Panchayat and municipal employees and register them online.

Observing that land registrations in the future would happen only through the proposed Dharani portal, he urged the people to get their details registered online.

As per the report, house sites where poor people have been living for years would be regularised. Meanwhile, people may find it difficult to transfer the properties to their children if mutation for properties is not done now. 

“The issue pertaining to how to construct houses would be under the purview of the Panchayat Raj and Municipal Acts. Nala conversion would be done free of cost for houses and other properties under the Gram Panchayats and Municipalities jurisdiction. Sarpanches, MPTCs, Village secretaries, Mayors, Municipal Chairmen, Councillors, staff should cooperate to exempt houses constructed at the agriculture wells from the agriculture category. MPOs should monitor this,” he said.

“Register details about every house in the villages and municipalities online, allocate a house number, collect tax, and change naala conversion under the non-agriculture category. The Panchayat Raj and Municipal officials should ensure cent per cent registration of all the properties,” he added.

The state government has proposed to put in place the Dharani portal to promote transparency and simplification in land administration

With inputs from Agency

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