PATNA: As a pointer to a major development in the agrarian and urban arena of the state, the record of rights of land owned by a person - called 'chalu khatiyan' in popular parlance - pertaining to 15 districts would be available online by June 30, and of the remaining 23 districts by March 31 next year. Prior to the deadline, however, the land survey and settlement directorate, a wing of the state's land reforms department (LRD), would be able to release the record of rights in 10 of the 23 districts by September 30 itself.
That is, the updated record of rights on land would be ready for mass delivery and use. In departmental lingua, the exercise undertaken for updating the record of rights is being called 'computerization and updating of land records'. Read more
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