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YSR launches `Bhu Bharati'

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Scheme aimed at finding solution to land disputes in the State



RIGHT FORUM: A woman, Padma, pouring out her woes to Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy at the meeting at Salampad in Nizamabad district.

SALAMPAD (NIZAMABAD Dt.): Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy has expressed the hope that the Integrated Land Information System titled `Bhu Bharati' being launched on a pilot basis in the district would find a solution to all disputes relating to land in the State. Formally launching the project costing Rs.34 crores at this village in Bodhan mandal, on Sunday, he said the project would be gradually extended to all the districts in the next two years.

Explains details

Explaining details of `Bhu Bharati' at the well-attended public meeting, he said the project was aimed at compiling all details of land and its titles. It would enable the title-holders or authorities dealing with land matters to have a comprehensive report of any title with "one click."

He said that the ILIS would be useful not only to agriculture land markings but to industrial, commercial and landed properties in towns.

The Chief Minister's address at the meeting was disrupted for about 10 minutes with a section of women protesting that they were denied loans at three per cent interest. He asked the local MLA B. Sudarshan Reddy and MP Madhu Goud Yaskhi to rush to them to enquire about their problems. Some policemen also tried to pacify the protesters, but to no avail. Finding it difficult to continue his speech Dr. Reddy asked leaders of the women's groups to come to the dais to explain their problems. He was amused when a woman, Padma of Tadbiloli village came to the dais and poured out her woes.

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