“The survey is one of the major challenges taken up by the state government. It will ensure authentic property document for the residents of villages and drones will help expedited the process,” said the official.
Chokalingam, who was in the city on his way to Aurangabad, held a meeting with district collector Suraj Mandhare, zilla parishad CEO Leena Bansod and other officials.
The British had conducted such land surveys in the country but had ignored villages or Gaothan areas, leaving the inhabitants without any property cards or documents.
“Through the forthcoming drone survey, we will now provide city survey number to every property The survey is needed to define the boundaries,” said Chokalingam. The officer said rural department officials with the help of villagers will demarcate boundaries of properties and gaothan with ‘chuna’ (lime).