Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today said that the commission of a comprehensive land survey alone would put an end to the existing land related disputes in Telangana.
He said that such a land survey was the only solution to 99% of the land disputes in the state.
He made these remarks while taking part in a debate on the proposed Telangana Rights in Land and Pattadar Passbooks Bill 2020 in the Assembly after introducing it in the house.
Speaking on the occasion, KCR said that the land policy followed by the erstwhile governments was not practical, and that the erstwhile rulers used to allot land pattas without showing the buyers the physical lands, creating a lot of problems.
He alleged that the previous rulers had also created problems by not showing the boundaries to the patta holders.
He said that it would be criminal negligence if the rulers continued to ignore the problems.
Blaming the erstwhile rulers for all the land-related problems being faced by the state, KCR said that the current governemnt was trying to solve all the problems one after the other.
He also said that all the mistakes and the defects in the existing revenue laws would be history with the proposed new revenue bill.
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