The Chief Minister of Hyderabad, K. Chandrasekhar Rao, has announced that the State Government will help the poorer sections of society to get legal rights to build houses on their land in certain Municipalities. The deadline for regularizing notary lands has been extended by one month, giving people more time to discuss the issue with their MLAs. The government will solve problems related to notary, GO 58 and 59 and compile all the issues to give people land pattas with legal rights. The government’s objective is to address poor housing issues in one go, and a special drive will be organized for this purpose.
Notary problems related to agricultural lands will also be resolved, and a Collectors’ conference will be held soon to address this particular issue. On Monday, MLAs of Hyderabad and Secunderabad met the Chief Minister and asked him to address the issue of house sites for the poor. In response, the CM extended the deadline by another month, and requested all poor people to utilize this opportunity. Several Ministers, MLCs, and MLAs were present at the meeting, along with other government officials.