Modern land measurement system to be adopted in Haryana

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that a modern land measurement system would be adopted, which will replace the age-old chain (jarib) based measurement. “This will bring more accuracy and reliability in land measurement and reduce the scope for disputes,” he added.
The Chief Minister was presiding over a meeting with senior officials regarding the SVAMITVA Yojana. He said that 300 new rovers will be purchased to complete the work related to large scale mapping of every district and tehsil in a time-bound manner.
The Chief Minister said that Sonipat and Karnal districts have been selected as pilot projects in the first phase. He said that large scale mapping will be completed on agricultural land and revenue land falling under municipal corporation areas outside the Lal Dore area of these districts. Apart from this, every property will also be linked with the Parivar Pehchan Patra and the work would be completed in these districts by 15 April, 2023, he added.
Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management, Sh.
T.V.S.N. Prasad, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. V. Umashankar, Special Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management, Smt. Amna Tasneem, Deputy Commissioner, Sonipat, Sh. Lalit Kumar, Deputy Commissioner, Karnal, Sh. Anish Yadav, Municipal Commissioner, Sonipat, Smt. Monika Gupta, Mission Director Large Scale Mapping, Lt Gen (Retd) Sh. Girish Kumar and other officers remained present in the meeting.

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