The state government is planning to start ‘’Bhudhar’’ to manage the land records which would make land administration hassle free. (“Bhudhar to be implemented in the state”)
Bhudar would help the state resolve land disputes and that all the information about the lands would be made online.
The programme of ‘Bhudhar’ was established on the lines of Aadhaar and works have been started on pilot basis. In 24 villages of Jaggaiahpet and Vuyyuru the works have begun which are expected to be completed by February 15th.
The programme would be extended to the rest of the state by October this year. Government has already made the arrangements to manage the lands and revenue records. The records would have 2.84 crore agriculture lands, 50 lakh urban and 85 lakh rural properties.
Under the Bhudhar programme the change of ownership of the lands would be made automatically in the records once the sale deed is registered. A unicode number would be given to the land and issued to the owner.
The lands, based on the Unicode, would be geo-tagged and the information from revenue, registrations, survey, municipal, and panchayat raj and forest departments would be compiled and made available.
The state government is adopting technology in every sector through e-governance and had received several awards at the national-level as well. The technology initiatives would continue in every sector making the government services easy for the people.