Yamunanagar, Dec 6 (UNI) A scheme costing Rs 45.25 crore for computerisation and digitalisation of land records in Haryana has been forwarded to the Central Government for approval, Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said here today.
Addressing public after inaugurating the Rs 81.93 lakh new building of Sub-Tehsil of Sadhaura, the Chief Minister said that the district Rohtak had been chosen to implement for a pilot project for computerisation of land records under the Survey of Settlement Scheme which envisages the digitalisation of maps of land.
Mr Hooda also inaugurated a tehsil building of Bilaspur built at a cost of Rs. 69.67 lakh, 15 kms from here today.
He said that there were 7081 villages in the State, out of which the Jamabandi of 6977 villages had been completed so far and the remaining villages would be covered upto December end.
The Haryana Government has collected a revenue of Rs 1052 crore so far during the current financial year as compared to Rs 782.71 crore during 2004-05, he said.
He said that Haryana government had decided to send the record of Jamabandi in record room in two years instead of five years earlier.
Under the project to put all the revenue record on the website, records of 6000 villages had already been placed on the website while the remaining villages would be placed on website by next month.
The Chief Minister also distributed the computerised copies of the land records to the land owners. He said that the revenue record Jamabandi of all the 655 villages of Yamunanagar district had already been placed on the website.
He also inaugurated the computerised centre of getting Jamabandi copies by pressing a button on the touch screen and perused the computerised copy of Shajra prepared by the NIC.
On the occasion, HPCC President, Phool Chand Mullana, Union Minister of State for Urban Poverty Alleviation Selja, Minister of State for Cooperation, Meena Mandal, Parliamentary Secretaries, Dr Krishna Pandit, Mr Ram Krishan, MLA and local officials.
Earlier, the Chief Minister also paid floral tributes on the Samadhi of Mahant Utrai Nath at village Ambli in Naraingarh sub division. Mr Hooda also visited Guru Ravi Dass Mandi at Kapal Mochan in Bilaspur and paid obeisance.