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    Chief Secretary Santhi Kumari of Hyderabad has instructed district collectors to complete government targets for welfare schemes and development programs before the upcoming State Assembly elections. In a video conference with collectors, Kumari reviewed the progress of various initiatives, including Telangana ku Haritha Haram, Sampada Vanaalu, sheep distribution, financial assistance for minorities, Gruhalakshmi, Dalit Bandhu, compassionate appointments, and regularisation of notary lands.

    Kumari emphasized the need to expedite the Harita Haram target and ensure that 85% of plants survive by implementing geo-tagging measures. She also urged the achievement of specified objectives for Sampada Vanaalu, including the installation of fencing and informational boards. The Green Fund will provide funds if necessary for the construction of protective walls for Sampada Vanaalu.

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    Furthermore, Kumari mandated the appointment of 1,266 people through compassionate appointments within two weeks. These appointments should align with the recently released GO 79, which promotes existing office subordinates to junior assistants. Additionally, GO 84 has been issued for the regularisation of notary lands, allowing free regularisation of plots up to 125 square feet and requiring only Rs. 5 per square foot in addition to stamp duty for larger plots. Kumari urged officials to inform people about this opportunity and collect applications promptly. Lastly, GO 59 outlines the process for depositing fixed amounts for regularisation from those who have received notices.

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