Karnataka govt launches initiative to deliver land records at farmers' doorsteps
Deccan Chronicle.| Gururaj A Paniyadi
Around 45 lakh farmers are estimated to get the benefit from the new project
Udupi MLA Raghupathi Bhat inaugurates 'Kandaya Dakhale Mane Bagilige' at Udupi. (Image by Arrangement)
Karnataka government on Saturday initiated a new project ‘Kandaya Dakhale Mane Bagilige,’ (Revenue Records on the doorsteps) to help farmers in the state.
Under this project, the state government proposes to provide documents related to the revenue department at the doorstep of the farmers at no cost. In Karnataka, about 45 lakh farmers are likely to get the benefit from this program.
Based on the list in the Farmers Registration and Unified Beneficiary Information System (FRUITS), the respective district administrations will provide the documents.
In Udupi, the district administration aims to distribute 6,61,230 RTCs, 13.10 lakh caste certificates, 8.01 lakh income certificates to the farmers at their doorsteps.
In Dakshina Kannada district 2,10,375 RTCs, 28,328 Atlas, and 2,80,348 caste and income certificates will be distributed.
The certificates will be printed and provided to the Taluk Offices by March 21. If the certificates are not printed and provided to the farmers, steps will be taken to provide the documents at Nadakacheri from March 21 to 26.