Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Thursday issued directions that tribunals, under the supervision of District Collectors, should be established in every district of the State to settle cases pending before Revenue courts.
In places where Act 1/70 was not in implementation, cases booked under the Act should be solved, and in areas where the Act was in force, measures should be taken to safeguard the land rights of local Schedule Tribes, he said, at a high-level meeting at Pragathi Bhavan here.
Stating that District Collectors should inquire into discrepancies on Sethwar and take a final decision, he said details should be registered on Dharani portal and passbooks issued.
Pointing out that in some places, government and private lands were in the same survey number, the Chief Minister said such survey numbers have been placed under prohibited list (22/A). District Collectors should inquire into these survey number lands and decide which was government and private land and put up the details on Dharani portal and issue passbooks.
Changes and additions of land details on Dharani portal should be made based on the verdicts given by courts and tribunals under District Collectors, he said and instructed them to add a court provision in the portal. He said the facility should be made available on Dharani to register lease agreements.