Touted to be a trendsetter property registration in bringing transparency, the most-awaited launch of Dharani web portal took place at Muduchintalapalli in Medchal-Malkajgiri district.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Thursday inaugurated the Telangana government’s ambitious project which aims to be a nerve centre for both agriculture and non-agriculture properties registration.
It can be noted that all the registration of properties was stopped across the state from September 8 to facilitate the transition and with the CM inaugurating the portal, the registrations are going to resume from November 2nd.
The portal claims to simplify the registration, succession and even partition of agriculture lands, to ensure that the entire process is completed within 10 minutes and the e-pattadar passbook is provided to the landowners immediately. The documents pertaining to registration, mutation, succession and partition too would be provided on the spot.
The portal which was scheduled to be launched on October 25 on the auspicious occasion of Dasara was postponed due to delay in setting up the online network across 570 mandal revenue offices and also 142 sub-registrar offices across the State.