Centre to roll out drone survey for property validation

PUNE: The central authorities has determined to take a leaf out of the state authorities’s drone survey to map habitations in rural areas and replicate it throughout the nation.
The first survey of properties within the state utilizing unmanned aerial automobiles (UAVs) was launched in Pune district’s Sonori village final 12 months to map spatial data.

The goal was to give property titles to residential and different properties in round 40,000 villages and assist residents achieve higher liquidity on these property.

“We started the survey in Pune and then planned to replicate the same across the entire state. We were about to form teams to carry out the same, but could not due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The work will continue post-monsoon,” mentioned settlement commissioner S Chockolingam.

He mentioned that beneath the SVAMITVA scheme of the ministry of panchayati raj, the programme will probably be rolled out to present built-in property validation answer for rural India. The demarcation of inhabitant land in rural areas could be executed utilizing drone surveying know-how with the collaborative efforts of the ministry of panchayati raj, state panchayati raj division, state income division and the Survey of India (SOI).

Mapping of rural habitations in partnership with varied state governments viz Maharashtra, Haryana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and so forth primarily for use as income maps to confer possession rights had been undertaken by SOI previously one-two years.

Based on these maps, property playing cards have been issued to residents in Sonari village and in SIRSI village. The pilot section could be prolonged to Haryana, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand overlaying one lakh villages.

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