Andhra Pradesh: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has taken another important decision for the settlement of land disputes. It is already known that Jagananna has brought permanent land rights land protection program. The chief minister said that the tribunal will continue even after the completion of the survey under this programme. The CM directed that tribunals should be set up in each mandal center for the settlement of land disputes and these tribunal units should function on a permanent basis. On Tuesday, the CM conducted a review of Jagananna’s permanent land rights land protection program at the camp office in Tadepalli.
Speaking on this occasion, the CM suggested to the officials that there should be a proper mechanism to resolve the disputes that arise during the survey. Orders have been issued that there should be mobile tribunal units and a comprehensive operation should be made for this. The CM directed the officials to bring the best system for the settlement of land disputes. The Chief Minister said that quality is also very important in the survey process. He said that there should be a third party monitoring of the complaints received during the survey. If that is done, there will be no room for bias, discrimination and corruption. Minister Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy, chief advisor to Chief Minister Ajeya Kallam, CS Sameer Sharma and many other high officials participated in this meeting.
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