Saturday, July 8, 2017
Deputy Chief Minister KE Krishna Murty said on Saturday that the data pertaining to 5.12 crore land records belong to 80 lakh farmers had been updated and uploaded on the Mee Bhoomi portal.
The government launched the third phase of ‘Mee Intiki Mee Bhoomi’ from Saturday to July 22. Speaking at the Sadassu, he said agricultural fields of every farmer would be recorded on the Mee Bhoomi portal in Telugu for the comprehension of farmers. A committee headed by Joint Collector would examine and rectify the data if aggrieved farmers submitted applications in Form B, he said. E-crop was introduced to ensure that farmers were not subjected to crop loss due to nature’s vagaries and they would be provided succor by considering the crop sown, its yield and crop loss. He assured of sale of land allotted to ex-servicemen a decade after allotment.