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Book slot for hassle-free service, Warangal Collector to applicants

Published: 2nd Nov 2020 11:36 pm

Warangal: The registration of agriculture lands at Tahsildar offices through the Dharani portal commenced at several places in the erstwhile Warangal district on Monday, much to the joy of the land purchasers and sellers as the registration process was completed in just 15 to 20 minutes. While a total of 17 people had booked slots on Sunday for registrations on Monday, eight of them successfully registered their lands in the district, said Warangal Urban Collector Rajeev Gandhi Hanumanthu who inspected the process at Tahsildhar and Joint Registrar office at Hasanparthy in the Urban district. “People can book a slot for the registration by just paying a fee of Rs 200,” he added.

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Expressing happiness over the hassle-free process of registration, a farmer Adigoppula Mallesham of Rapakapalli village of Hasanparthy mandal thanked Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for introducing a transparent system. “I have given 1.03 acres of the land to my younger son Veersham through the gift deed registration. It was completed in just 20 minutes,” he added. Grandson of Mallesham, Sai Kumar said that the introduction of the Dharani portal for registration of the land is a revolutionary thing.

Meanwhile, Kommidi Devender Reddy, a government teacher and resident of Hanamkonda, said that he had purchased 16 guntas of land at his native village Damera several months ago, but could not complete the registration process due to different reasons including the fear of waiting for hours at the Sub-Registrar office and paying bribes. “But yesterday I booked the slot and today completed the registration process at Elkathurthy thasildhar office.

The registration process has become a very easy exercise. Thanks to the State government for appointing the Tahsildhars as the joint-registrars,” he added.

Meanwhile, Ambir Srinivas, a resident of Damera village, also got registered his land (20 guntas) in the name of his son Praveen through a gift deed. “We are happy that the registration process has been completed in just 20 minutes. My son can now go to Hyderabad to do his job,” he added.

Elkathurthy Tahsildhar Gujjula Ravinder Reddy said that they had set up two computers and a printer and other required equipment at the office to do the registrations. Meanwhile, 38 registrations against the total 43 slot bookings in Warangal Rural district. In Jayashankar Bhupalpally district, seven registration were completed, while only one registration was done in Mulugu district. Registration of the agriculture land was also done in Jangaon and Mahabubabad districts. At some places, some technical glitches were developed during the registration process.

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