Pune: 19,000 People Get Property Cards After Survey By Drones
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Pune, 27th July 2022: Survey of properties in villages of the Pune district Maharashtra by drones and issuance of in cards with proof of property has started.
According to this, 19 thousand 309 citizens of Daund, Purandar, Indapur, Haveli, Mulshi and Baramati have been distributed for the first time property certificates with proof of their house property. The Land Records Department has received a revenue of Rs one crore 28 lakh from the fees of these property tracts.
Due to the increasing population of the village, various development schemes have been implemented, the village is undergoing geographical changes and the process of land transfer is happening rapidly. In order to properly handle the authority to grant building permits in the village area, it is necessary to have a map of the site and a land survey of the village. However, due to the absence of village records in rural areas, there is no clarity about the exact area. Also, since there is no title deed to the property, no financial credit is created.
Against this backdrop, the Land Records Department decided to carry out land survey work with the help of modern technology and speed. For this purpose, a land survey is being done using drones with the help of Survey of India. It is necessary to continuously increase Gram Panchayats by creating their own sources of income to become financially self-sufficient.
Although property tax is a major source of income for Gram Panchayats, there is no increase in tax income due to increasing urbanization. One of the main reasons for this is that all the property within the jurisdiction of the concerned Gram Panchayat has not been brought under the purview of the tax or has not been calculated. Additional Jamabandi Commissioner Anand Raite informed that the property of village panchayats will also increase as the property earners in villages will get property cards.
Taluka wise number of income tract allotments:
“Ownership of houses will be established due to property certificate. Loans and mortgages will be possible on these houses. Boundary disputes in villages will end and will help in the planned development of the village. Along with this, it will be easier for Gram Panchayats to collect village taxes. The credit of the citizens will increase due to the ownership scheme of giving property certificates. Citizens have received legal proof of ownership,” said Anand Raite.