Srinagar, October 22: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha today launched the much anticipated Land Registry Information System “Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani” here in Raj Bhavan.
Public users can search and view copies of the scanned data online on the CIS portal. http://landrecords.jk.gov.in/. The initiative will facilitate online access to the land registry system, thereby reducing manipulation of land records and significantly improving the efficiency of tax offices.
The Lieutenant Governor observed that with this initiative, as part of the Digital India Land Registry Modernization Program (DILRMP), the Union Territory of Jammu Kashmir has taken an important step in providing the services most transparent and accountable to ordinary people.
Congratulating the Department of Revenue and all the deputy commissioners for achieving the feat, the lieutenant governor asserted that the journey to make the system of governance truly transparent and accountable in UT will not end until it stops. will not have been fully achieved in all sectors.
Relevantly, the Digital India Land Registry Modernization Program (DILRMP) was officially launched in UT in April-2016 to improve online accessibility to the land registry system and stop manipulation of land registers. , thus improving the quality of services in the offices of the Deputy Registrar / Tehsils. efficient and transparent.
The program aims to modernize the management of land registers, improve the transparency of the land registry system, thereby reducing the scope of land / owner disputes, and facilitate final titles of real estate properties in the country.
The main components of the program include computerization and digitization of land registers, survey / re-surveying and updating of all survey and settlement registers, integration of property registration with the registers and cadastral maps to improve the authenticity and security of data, bringing greater transparency in the system, Capacity building and development of the information system on land registers.
As part of the implementation of the program in UT, 7.70 crore of revenue recording pages and 55216 Musavi (maps) were digitized, in addition to 3895 ground check points were established and a system of Web-based corporate geographic information (GIS) was developed.
Sh Shaleen Kabra, Principal Secretary of the Government, Interior and Revenue Ministries, briefed the Lieutenant Governor on the outline of the Land Registry Information System and services offered to the general public. He also informed the President of the status of the scanned documents uploaded to the system. A live demonstration of the “Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani” online service was also given.
Sh Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar, Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor; Dr Arun Kumar Mehta, Chief Secretary; Sh Nitishwar Kumar, Principal Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor; Shri Piyush Goyal, Additional Secretary, Ministry of the Interior; Divisional commissioners, deputy commissioners and other senior officials from the Interior Ministry and the UT government were present on the occasion.