In Telangana, the State Government will be conducting Digital Survey of agriculture lands in the state. Initially, the survey will be held in 27 select villages across the state on a pilot basis from 11th of this month. Three villages will be selected from Gajwel Assembly Constituency and 24 other villages will be selected from 24 different districts, where there are no land disputes.
Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has issued orders to this effect after a high-level meeting held yesterday. Based on the outcome of the pilot study, the Digital Survey will be expanded to other areas in the state and later to all urban areas. In an official release, the Chief Minister said, the digital survey of agricultural lands has been taken up with an aim to make the state free from land disputes and provide security and protection to the land holders on a permanent basis.