Govt plans to modify guidelines to regularise houses

“The coalition government will consider modification of guidelines under Akrama-Sakrama scheme for properties falling within the 18-km radius of BBMP limits,” said Revenue Minister R V Deshpande. (DH File Photo)

The state government on Thursday hinted at modification of guidelines for regularisation of houses in BBMP limits under Akrama-Sakrama scheme, in an apparent move to woo members of low income groups ahead of the forthcoming Lok Sabh polls.

“The coalition government will consider modification of guidelines under Akrama-Sakrama scheme for properties falling within the 18-km radius of BBMP limits,” said Revenue Minister R V Deshpande.

He was speaking at a function to issue possession certificates to over 10,000 beneficiaries.

Deshpande said that the government itself hads completed property registration process to avoid inconvenience to beneficiaries.

The Revenue department had digitised the entire process to ensure transparency. Last date to obtain possession certificates under 94C of Karnataka State Land Revenue Act (KSLRA) had been extended till March 31, he said.

Deshpande said that the government would issue cultivation slip to farmers cultivating government lands outside BBMP limits.

The process of disposing applications relating to bagair hukum lands has been speeded up, he added. Chief Minister
H D Kumaraswamy said that the government had received several representations seeking possession certificates to people who had constructed houses illegally in the BBMP limits, and the request would be looked into.

The government had already transferred 1,600 acre land to construct group houses in the BBMP limits. While the state and the Central governments would contribute Rs 1.5 lakh for each beneficiary, the beneficiary contribution will be Rs one lakh.

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