K. Chandrashekar Rao, the Chief Minister of Telangana, on the 9th of September, proposed the new Revenue Bill 2020, during the Telangana Assembly session.
The highlights of the New Revenue Bill 2020:
All the information about agricultural and non-agricultural lands will be made available on Dharani portal, which could be accessed online.
The portal can be accessed from anywhere and by anyone, no official will have the rights to decide what should have to be done.
All should act according to the new Revenue Act.
The land mutation will be done soon after registration.
Mutation power has been transferred to MRO from RDO Sub Registrars are given powers to register only non agricultural lands MROs have powers to register agricultural lands Can download registration documents, passbook.
Division of inherited land only on the joint agreement Tahsildars shall issue passbooks for lands which do not have them
Criminal cases against tahsildars for violating rules.
Government officials cannot be sued if they make changes in the land records.
Agricultural loans to be issued on digital records.
Passbooks should not be kept in banks for granting loans.
VROs to be transferred to other positions on the equal scale.
Powers of sub-registrar are transferred to tahsildars.
All pending files, cases will be sent to tribunal court with the dismissal of the 1971 act.
Tribunal verdict to be finalised after the investigation Jagir lands to be registered as government lands in the revenue records.
Slot booking through government website for any kind of registration.
Coordinates for survey number to prevent illegal land encroachment
The Telangana Assembly Monsoon session started from the 7th of September and would continue till the 28th of September.
Stay tuned for further updates.