Once the survey is completed, permanent ownership pattas would be issued to owners for the first time in the state after more than 100 years.
Orders were issued on Thursday constituting the committees to monitor the ‘YSR Jagananna Shaswatha Bhu Hakku Mariyu Bhu Raksha Pathakam’ resurvey project. “The committees, both at the state and at the district level would issue directions to officials for proper implementation and timely completion of various activities of the project,” the order said.
Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy would be the chairman of the state-level committee, chief secretary Adithyanath Das would be the vice-chairman, while the commissioner of survey settlements and land records would be the member convener. The chief commissioner of land administration, principal secretaries of finance, revenue, panchayati raj, municipal administration, mines and geology are members of the committee. Experts from the survey and IT fields can also be included in the committee.
At the district level, the collector would be the chairman while the assistant director of survey and land records will be the member convener. The government has appointed joint collectors, municipal commissioners, deputy collectors, revenue divisional officers and district panchayat officers as members.
Meanwhile, the chief minister has directed officials to prepare an action plan for successful implementation of the Union government’s new education policy. Jagan, who held a review meeting on Nadu-Nedu programme at his Tadepalli camp office on Thursday, asked officials to ensure that not a single employee is laid off from schools and Anganwadi centres.