Govt is committed to provide sites for siteless, says district-in-charge ministe

District in-charge minister M P Appachu Ranjan said the state government is committed to provide sites for the siteless, who have been residing on paisari land for generations.

Speaking to presspersons here on Monday, he said an amendment has been brought to the Land Revenue Rules and has been sent for approval in view of providing facilities for those who have been residing on paisari land. “Once the process is complete, all those who have been residing on paisari land in Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada, Shimoga and Chikmagalur districts will get sites.

Action

Stringent action will be initiated against those who had regularised paisari land.
 However, all those who have encroached upon government lands recently will be evicted,” he said.

Cheque

The minister presented a cheque for Rs 15 lakh, released under CM’s special fund to Madapura Kodava Samaja.

Zilla panchayat member B B Bharathish, BCM department officer Puttaraju, Madapura Kodava Samaja member M A Ponnappa, M C Bopaiah and others were present.

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