Dharani, the much-awaited website of the Telangana Revenue department, will soon be launched. The website, which will be live from June 2, will put in place a new system for land registration across the State.
SRO Pilot mandal inagurated with H’ble Minister Sri Pocharam Srinivas Reddy garu and H’ble MLA Sri Enugu Ravinder Reddy Garu in Sadasiva nagar Mandal, kamareddy dist. pic.twitter.com/0Hlofl8Mwx
— Dr.N.Satyanarayana (@Collector_KMR) May 19, 2018
Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali has announced that the new system of registration will mitigate the risk of corruption, providing a more transparent system that ensures that all land sales or purchases are recorded in the Pattadar passbook.
Currently running on a pilot basis in 30 revenue mandals, the website excludes services to Hyderabad until an official State-wide launch.
DHARANI starts in 30 pilot mandals.
Registration starts from Tahsildar offices in Telangana. #TorrensTitle @MinIT_Telangana @TelanganaCMO @Collector_RSL @Collector_MBNR @TelanganaToday @TelanganaDGP @tstourism @DeccanChronicle @Eenadu_Newspapr @SakshiTelangana @sakshinews pic.twitter.com/Jh0UmNrl9g
— DHARANI (@TS_DHARANI) May 19, 2018
Here’s how one can register their land in just few simple steps