Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today said that the proposed new revenue act was the first of various revenue reforms being planned by the state government.
He made these remarks while replying to the questions raised by the members of the Assembly on the revenue bill.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that there used to be 170 revenue laws in the undivided Andhra Pradesh, and that Telangana currently had only 87 revenue laws. However even that was too many, and the new Act would be an amalgamation of some of the existing revenue laws, he said.
Claiming that that was still not enough, he added that the proposed revenue Act was just the beginning of the revenue reforms in the state and not the end. The Dharani website and the ROR Act were not everything, and there would be lots of improvements soon, he claimed.
He also said that many members of the Assembly had given good suggestions for the implementation of the proposed Act, and thanked them.