In the first phase, 6227 Gram Sabhas of three districts will be pilot surveyed with drone
Agreement between the Revenue Department and Survey of India
Prime Minister had announced the plan on National Panchayat Day
Work has started in the state on the important scheme of the Central Government to give ownership rights to the people living under the Gram Panchayats of Uttarakhand. Under this scheme, an agreement has been reached between the Department of Revenue and Survey of India. Now the survey will be started. On National Panchayat Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi started this scheme for eight other states including Uttarakhand.
Under this, every village has to have a digital survey and the people of the village will be given a property ownership card. Additional Secretary Panchayat and Director Harish Chandra Semwal informed that a contract has been signed between Revenue, Panchayat, and Survey of India for this work. According to the Additional Secretary, 6227 villages of Udham Singh Nagar, Pauri and Almora will be surveyed in the first phase. Asset mapping will be done in this drone-based survey. On Thursday, the plan was also reviewed through a video conference of AP Nagar, Joint Secretary, Central Panchayat Raj Department.
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It also emerged in the review meeting that panchayats are facing problems due to extremely slow speed on the Swaraj portal. The profile of 2888 Gram Panchayats has been updated on the e-gram swaraj portal in the state. The information has been given about the time of the