Survey of India has fixed the date and schedule for the district to carry out the identification exercise and a team from the body is expected to arrive at the NTPC’s Dadri guest house on November 17.
The survey will take place between November 18 and 28 and at least five villages will be covered in a day. Of the 322 villages in the district, only 88 fall under the panchayati raj department.
Sources said the team will use drones in the property attribute collection process and will be carried out within a 10-day period and post that property attribute linking process will be completed by the revenue department and the panchayati raj department.
“The priority will be to cover 88 villages in the district,” said Diwakar Singh, additional district magistrate, nodal officer for the exercise.