Hyderabad: The State government has issued guidelines for processing pending applications received under the Land Regularisation Scheme (LRS) for regularisation of plots and layouts in a time-bound manner.
In a memo, Principal Secretary, Municipal Administration and Urban Development, Arvind Kumar said the guidelines were issued as nearly 25 lakh applications were received.
Under stage one, all LRS applications received by each gram panchayat, municipality and municipal corporation should be grouped into different clusters — village-wise, survey number-wise, locality-wise and colony-wise depending on the number of applications received and kept ready for site inspection.
Under stage two, each cluster should be inspected by a team constituted by the District Collector with officials of revenue, irrigation, panchayat raj and local town planning and DTCPO. After inspection, they should upload their remarks online in the check-list with specific remarks. The remarks must be whether the application is as per LRS guidelines or not and submit the same to Municipal Commissioner/ District Collector.
The exercise must be completed within 15 days and status report on all LRS applications should be submitted to the District Collectors and the government for issue of further guidelines in the matter.
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