Ranchi: The Government of India will honour with Bhoomi Samman the districts which have digitized land-related records in a better way. For this, the Government of India has selected 75 districts across the country. In which 9 districts of Jharkhand are included.
In these 9 districts, more than 99 percent right off records in which sale deed, khatiaan and other land-related documents have been digitized. The Central Government team had visited Jharkhand to do physical verification of these districts.
According to the information, under the Digital India Land Records Modernization Program (DILRMP), the work of computerization of land registration, land tax-related maps and land records has been completed in more than 90 percent states.
The process of digitization of land records is going on in 23 states or union territories of the country. The nine districts of Jharkhand have been selected for Bhoomi Samman included Khunti, Lohardaga, Saraikela, Giridih, Gumla, Chatra, Simdega, West Singhbhum.
Under the leadership of IDSE Director RK Singh, the team reached Khunti and had also inquired about the status of the land digitization process from the officials of the Department of Revenue and Land Reforms.
A report of right of land record digitization was sent to the center by the state government, for whose inspection the team had reached Jharkhand. The central team inspected the modern record room of Khunti zone. During the inspection, information about the activities related to the modern record room was taken.