K Rajan | Photo: Mathrubhumi
Thiruvananthapuram: Minister for Land Revenue, K Rajan, said during a press conference that village-level committees will be formed to make the services of the Revenue Department more accessible. The village officer will act as the convenor and meetings will be held on all third Thursdays. The committee will have nine people including MLA, block panchayat representatives, political party representatives, and representatives named by the government.
The responsibility assigned to the committee is to complete the services of the Revenue Department on time.
The digital resurvey of land will start in April and the procedures will be completed within four years. The pending applications relating to the land conversion will be reviewed and forwarded within six months.
200 startups will be made functional in revenue, survey, disaster management and house construction departments in the second 100-day program from February 10 to May 20.
'Pattaya Melas' will be orangised in all taluks. The inauguration of 75 smart village offices will be held. The minister also said that on May 14, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the scheme to convert 3,520 houses allowed in the M N Laksham Veedu Punarnirmana Padhathi to single houses.