Naveen S Garewal
Tribune News Service
Hyderabad, September 7
Telangana has scrapped the Village Revenue Officer (VRO) system with an goal to introduce transparency and make the income setup corruption-free.
The Telangana Vidhan Sabha in its opening day of the Monsoon Session indicated that it’ll desk ‘Revenue Bill 2020’ that can cope with all land information, making the Revenue Department people-friendly.
All the VROs have been requested to submit their information to the workplace of their respective District Collectors.
The new Bill is predicted to be handed with none obstacles because the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has a brute majority of 103 MLAs in a House of 119. Once handed, the laws will exchange 139 redundant and irrelevant guidelines and legislations.
Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar issued an order that said all of the registration work underneath the Registration and Stamps Department had been suspended until the brand new system was put in place. This signifies that there shall be no new registration of properties within the state until the ‘Revenue Bill 2020’ is handed within the Vidhan Sabha.
The Revenue Bill 2020 will make authorized the usage of block-chain expertise that can robotically replace land information and mutations instantly. A pilot challenge for a similar was being run by the Revenue Department in coordination with the Information Technology and Electronics Department within the Shamshabad space on the outskirts of Hyderabad since 2018.
Chief Minister Okay Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) has stated that the VROs have proved to be worse than the previous patwari system and this wanted to get replaced.
Earlier, the Telangana Assembly unanimously adopted a condolence movement after recalling the companies of former President Pranab Mukherjee.
The Chief Minister moved a condolence movement that learn “this house places on record its deep sense of sorrow at the demise of Pranab Mukherjee, former President of India, and conveys sympathy to the members of the bereaved family”.
“Pranab is the epitome of discipline and hard work. Born in a village in West Bengal he used to swim across a stream to reach his school. He was a man of all seasons and held different ministries with ease and rendered yeoman service to the nation,” stated the Chief Minister.
“He played a key role in achieving common ground in the coalition governments and was an excellent troubleshooter. He might have differed with others on issues but never personally criticised anyone. Even if he does, he used to apologise,” he added.
The media was barred from getting into the House as have been the customary visitors. Unlike up to now, there have been no handshakes or the sometimes Hyderabadi hugs among the many members of the House. Each one needed to undergo SOPs prescribed for Covid-19 testing, making certain sanitisation, sustaining bodily distancing and a face masks.
Assembly Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy had introduced that solely those that undergo the train shall be permitted to enter the House.
The House can also be more likely to focus on the Union Government’s lackadaisical strategy to the GST compensation to states and launch of pending funds. KCR has already written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene and get the state it’s due within the GST.
The state Assembly may even cross a unanimous decision later looking for Bharat Ratna to be conferred posthumously on former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao, whose delivery centenary celebrations are being organised within the state all year long.