The Land Record Updation Programme (LRUP) launched by the Telangana government to cleanse and purify the age-old land records continues to trouble it.
The government has noticed anomalies like absence of Pattadars, Pattadars dead, land sold out, entry of wrong names and genders and others in more than nine lakh passbooks. Efforts have been initiated to rectify the errors so that passbooks with clean titles are issued to farmers before the commencement of the next phase of cheque distribution under the Rythu Bandhu scheme, slated for November.
Though officials are working overtime in rectifying the mistakes including the mismatch of photographs of the beneficiaries, close to 2.5 lakh passbooks are reportedly not rectified so far. “Manual data of the beneficiaries has been prepared for almost all the khatas/accounts, but entry into the system has become time consuming as the system deployed is not so user friendly,” a senior official said adding department is confident of completing the rectification process by this month-end.
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