It has been six months ever since the Telangana state government stalled the land registrations, while the pressure continued to mount on KCR and team giving no other choice but to continue with the old system. In the line of which, the slot booking for registration of non-agricultural properties begun from Monday i.e, December 14.
In what seemed to be a try to justify the step taken, CM KCR on Sunday appointed a cabinet sub-committee to finalise guidelines for registration of non-agricultural lands and other properties in the state. The sub-committee has been tasked with consulting stakeholders to make registrations transparent and corruption-free.
The committee which will be headed by Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy will take the views of builders, real estate businessmen, and other sections of the society for three to four day to prepare an action plan. This move from the government’s end has created confusion in the political and real estate circles.
Meanwhile, experienced real estate businessmen opined that the procedure came to a major setback to their sector which is reeling from the corona lockdown. Severe backlash that the sub-committee is government’s clever excuse to dillydally is all around the prism.