AP CM YS JAGAN MOHAN REDDY DIRECTS OFFICIALS TO SET UP PERMANENT LAND DISPUTE TRIBUNAL IN EACH MANDAL

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COMPLETE THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND SURVEY BY SEP 2023: CM YS JAGAN TELLS
OFFICIALS
 PREPARE ACTION PLAN AND SOPS TO RESOLVE DISPUTES ARISING OUT OF SURVEY: CM YS
JAGAN
 TAKE THE HELP OF RENOWNED LEGAL FIRMS IN INDIA TO COMPLETE THE COMPREHENSIVE
SURVEY: CM YS JAGAN
Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh, 2 August 2022: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has
directed the officials to set up a permanent tribunal for land disputes at each Mandal while reviewing the
works of land survey, settlement, and land records department at his camp office in Tadepalli on Tuesday.
The chief minister ordered the officials to continue the mobile tribunals even after the completion of
comprehensive survey in the state. “Action plan and Standard Operating Procedure should be prepared to
resolve disputes that may arise during the survey. Dedicated teams should work towards coming up with
foolproof system in the state,” said CM Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Officials informed the Chief Minister that to get aerial survey of 1000 villages which took the department a
year earlier but now it is being done in a month. Further the Chief Minister asked the officials to increase the
monthly targets for aerial flying and drone flying in the survey which is currently at the rate of one thousand
villages per month. He also asked them to speed up the survey in municipalities and corporations as well.
CM Jagan Mohan Reddy also ordered the officials to clearly note the disputes whether it is a government
dispute or dispute between parties or involves both in order to resolve the differences.
“Quality of the redressal mechanism is important for foolproof system in land disputes. Further, third party
supervision on the appeals received would also be implemented during the comprehensive survey. The
supervision will help the claimants and to act against the staffs who commit mistakes which in turn will
increase the accountability,” said the Chief Minister.
He also directed the officials to act against staff who did not conduct the survey on stipulated time from the
date of application.
Regarding the disputes, Chief Minister asked the officials to take the help of renowned legal firms in the
country to complete the comprehensive survey in more effective manner. “By the time the survey is
completed, registration facility should come in the village and ward secretariats. Further, registration
departments should be cleaned up with no corruptions,” said the Chief Minister.
Bhu Hakku Pathram and start of registrations would be done in three phases, according to the officials. They
also informed that that they will complete the comprehensive survey by the end of September 2023.

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