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Mission Basundhara: Land passbook to be issued for digitization of land records

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Mission Basundhara, according to Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, aims to secure land rights by digitising property records and issuing land revenue passbooks to landowners.

Launching Mission Basundhara here today, the Chief Minister said, “Mission Basundhara aims at securing the land rights of the people with a foolproof device. The land records of 18,789 villages will get digitized, and the landowners will get land revenue passbooks. The passbooks will have details of land-related information about the landowners. When a landowner transfers his land or purchases more land, that will get updated automatically in his land revenue passbook digitally. We hope to digitize all land records in the state by December 31, 2023.”

He also said that by May 10, 2022, the first phase of Mission Basundhara will have resolved instances involving land mutation, contested land partition, and other issues.

By March 31, 2022, this expedition will have completed a survey of 672 NC (non-cadastral) communities. The lack of a land survey deprives residents of NC communities of their land rights.

“The estimated of Mission Basundhara is Rs 220 crore. Before the kick-start of the mission, we have arrested all land brokers not to let them poke their noses into this official business. “In the first phase, we won’t deal with the disputed land issues. We will deal with them in the second phase of the mission. Many government lands are under encroachments. We have instructed the deputy commissioners to find the status reports of all such encroached government lands. Land-related cases are pending in courts. We will have to fight the court cases and carry out the eviction drive. I hope the eviction drive to be humane.” He added.

“We have provided land to around two lakh landless people so far. These people will get patta without any premium. In future, the government will not allot land, but issue patta directly to landless people.” He further added.

Dream Project Mission

Mission Basundhara is one of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s dream projects.

People can apply for a solution to their land-related difficulties using a site – basundhara.assam.gov.in – from October 2, 2021, to November 30, 2021, as part of this goal.

Mission Basundhara will provide the following nine services –

(i) Land mutation by the right of inheritance.

(ii) Land mutation after deed registration.

(iii) Partition for undisputed cases.

(iv) Conversion of ‘annual patta’ to ‘periodic patta’. (v) Reclassification of land.

(vi) Striking names of persons who are no longer in possession.

(vii) Allotment certificate to periodic patta.

(viii) Legacy data update.

(ix) Mobile number update of pattadaar.

People should contact their individual circle officials if they have any problems applying through the portal. A toll-free number will also be provided by the government for this purpose.

Digital Assam

Digital Assam Mission The North-Eastern Chronicle

The Government of Assam’s Digital Assam programme aims to transform the state into a digitally enabled social and knowledge centre. It has been envisaged to work on the lines of Digital India.

By 2021, Digital Assam hopes to digitally connect every village in the state, ushering in a digital revolution in the state. To make Digital Assam a reality, the government of Assam is collaborating with private companies to improve IT infrastructure and internet capacity. Apart from delivering essential government services, the concept of digital clubs has been proposed. These clubs will facilitate services such as digital book reading.

Digital Assam efficiently implements all nine pillars of Digital India, promoting prosperity and development throughout the state.

Digital villages in all districts of Assam

Assam has become the first northeastern state to have digital villages in all districts, giving the Centre’s Digital India initiative a major boost. The Union government intends to digitise roughly 700 villages in the state, providing them with digital banking, education, and telemedicine facilities.

Also Read: ASSAM: POLICE ISSUES TRAFFIC GUIDELINES AHEAD OF VICE PRESIDENT’S VISIT IN GUWAHATI

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