HYDERABAD: The Dharani portal for agricultural land transactions is being flooded with grievances of landowners.
The revenue department on March 6 launched a nine-option grievance module, ’Apply for specific land matters’, on the portal to enable landowners to file grievances on errors in agriculture land records.
Land owners can file their grievances on Aadhaar linkage, discrepancies in land extent, missing survey numbers and seek redressal. They have to file grievances online only through Mee Seva centres.
According to official sources in the revenue department, the portal, on an average, has been receiving 500 applications per day in the past 20 days.
These grievances are directly reaching respective collectors. With the addition of new features on Dharani since its launch on October 29, the portal has become user-friendly.
The features that have been added recently include 'cancellation of registration', 'application for pending non-agriculture land assessment (NALA), and 'apply for pattadar passbook (PPB) semi-urban land'.
In all, over 30 main features exist in the portal right from slot booking and registration of agricultural lands, slot reschedule to market value of lands for stamp duty and registered document details....