The recent decision for farmers in Andhra is as summed up by the income reform farmers and all. In this view, Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao said the state government had intended not to fill his boxes with the money collected from the poor by streamlining the land as part of the revenue reforms introduced in the state on Thursday.
While talking to the representatives of the municipal ities and mayors at Pragati Bhavan, Chandrashekhar Rao asked for participation at the underground level, asking for non-agricultural properties to be kept in plots, flats and unregistered houses online. Process. "While implementing new revenue laws, public representatives and officials should ensure that the poor are not adversely affected. The fruits of these should reach the poor and the last person," the Chief Minister said.
Stating that many of the laws being implemented in the state as part of the revolutionary administrative reform programs should be useful to the people over the next decade, the Chief Minister directed the concerned authorities to bring solutions to the problems faced by the people regarding land. Symptoms before the full operation of the Dharani portal. He decided to solve all issues related to residential properties, construction sites and property issues which have not been resolved for decades now.