Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali on Tuesday inspected Serilingampally Tahsildar office.
He was accompanied by Ranga Reddy District Revenue Officer Dharma Reddy, Suresh, Revenue Divisional Officer, Rajendranagar and K.E. John Wesley, PS to Deputy Chief Minister. During the visit, The Deputy Chief Minister inspected various revenue records and enquired about the extent of government land available under the particular Tahsildar jurisdiction and also about the extent of land under unauthorized encroachments.
Speaking to mediapersons later, the Deputy Chief Minister expressed that large extents of lands in Telangana especially in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts were encroached upon by unauthorized persons with the support of the then government. After coming to power, the Telangana government is in the process of surveying and consolidating all land records. “And we are committed to contain corruption which seems to be rampant at lower levels and see that the general public is not put to unnecessary hardships in accessing services from the department. In order to create a conducive atmosphere in the revenue offices many of which are currently housed in rented premises, proposals are being readied to build Revenue offices where ever needed. (NSS)