Swatitva Scheme: Ownership scheme will be launched across the country from April 24, which will be launched by Prime Minister Modi.
Maternity Scheme: The project of surveying residential properties in villages with drones and providing residential documents to people will now be effective across the country from April 24. Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) will inaugurate the expansion of the project. Union Panchayati Raj Minister Narendra Singh told you this on Thursday. Union Minister Tomar earlier in a meeting here reviewed the success of the pilot project of ownership planning and the readiness to implement it across the country. In a statement after the meeting, he said that on the occasion of Rashtriya Panchayat Raj Day on April 24, the Prime Minister would start expanding ownership projects in all villages of the country. Read more – Kovid-19: Disasters in many states, but not a single death in 12 Union Territories
Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister for Panchayati Raj, Rural Development, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare and Food Processing Industries, said, “The ownership plan is a historic change in the condition of our village. The country has taken a strong step towards self-reliance through this project. ” Read more – In a meeting with the Prime Minister, Prime Minister Modi said, “People are very careless this time, we need to deal with it severely.”
He reviewed the progress of the ownership plan with officials from various ministries and institutions of the Government of India, including the Ministry of Panchayati Raj. Read more – Kovid 19: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will not attend Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s review meeting, Corona will be discussed
The Union Minister told you that this ambitious plan will be completed by 2025. He directed all the concerned Ministries and States to complete the project in phases by setting up a roadmap for the implementation of the project.
You said that till today the villagers did not have any document of ownership of their houses, so on April 22 last year, on the National Panchayat Raj Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a historic step by launching the ownership project.
He said that by getting property cards from the people, they would now be able to buy and sell property without any controversy and the possibility of people occupying their houses in rural areas would be eliminated. The youth will be able to build their future by taking loans from banks on the basis of village house assets.
He said accurate technology records of each village would also be created through the latest technology like drones, mapping and surveys.
During the fiscal year 2020-21, the pilot scheme was launched in nine states of the country – Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Rajasthan. So far, more than 300,000 families in 2,471 villages across the country have been given letters of property rights. So far, drone surveys have been completed in about 40,514 villages across the country for an accurate survey of each property.
A total of 577 course network stations are being set up in the country, of which 210 have been completed.
The meeting was attended by Sunil Kumar, Secretary, Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Ajay Tirkey, Secretary, Department of Land Resources, Naveen Tomar, Secretary-General, India, Sunil Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology and Amber Dubey. Joint-Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation.