Dharani portal to go live in TS from Thursday

Besides enhancing transparency and efficiency, the portal is aimed at providing accountability and safe and hassle-free citizen services for land registrations, mutations and transfer

By   |  Published: 28th Oct 2020  8:56 pmUpdated: 28th Oct 2020  11:57 pm
Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao (File Photo)

Hyderabad: Dharani, the one-stop portal for all land and property related transactions as well as documentation, will go live at 12.30 pm on Thursday. Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will launch the website in Mudu Chintalapalli village of Shamirpet mandal in Medchal-Malkajgiri district.

The one-of-its-kind initiative was scheduled for launch on October 25 on the auspicious occasion of Dasara. However, it was postponed due to delay in setting up the online network across 570 mandal revenue offices and also 142 sub-registrar offices across the State in the wake of heavy rains earlier this month. As per the new system, the Tahsildars will also function as joint sub-registrars for registration of agricultural properties and the sub-registrars will conduct registrations of non-agricultural properties.

Besides enhancing transparency and efficiency, the portal is aimed at providing accountability and safe and hassle-free citizen services for land registrations, mutations and transfer. It is also meant to plug loopholes in the registration process as well as store all land and property-related information online. The website is designed to simplify the registration, succession and even partition of agriculture lands, to ensure that the entire process is completed within a few minutes and the e-pattadar passbook is provided to the land owners immediately. The documents pertaining to registration, mutation, succession and partition too would be provided on the spot.

The district collectors have already made arrangements to ensure complete preparedness in terms of staff and infrastructure prior to the launch, for effectively rendering citizen services through the website. A State level control room would be set up to address technical issues. Similarly, a district-level technical support team would resolve issues arising in the respective districts.


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