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HYDERABAD: For taking up an integrated and comprehensive land survey in the state, the government has earmarked Rs 400 crore in the upcoming financial year.

Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced that digital land survey of agriculture lands would be taken up soon and asked officials to float tenders for the same.

While it is estimated that Rs 600 crore would be needed for complete survey government allocated Rs 400 crore. The balance will be released in 2022-2023 fiscal.

The revenue department has gathered information about how states such as AP, Orissa, Rajasthan and Bihar are doing land survey, especially regarding technology and cost.

“Based on this, we will provide exact latitude and longitude of lands in passbooks. Not only agricultural lands, but endowment, Wakf, forest and other government land disputes will be resolved,” the government said.

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