To integrate HARIS and HALRIS pertaining to land records of all the villages in the district by March 31
GN Bureau/Indian Express | January 10, 2013
The Gurgaon administration has uploaded jamabandis (land records) of all villages in the district on the Haryana land records website.
Deputy commissioner P C Meena reviewed the progress of computerisation of land records in the district on Wednesday and asked revenue officials to integrate Haryana Registration Information System (HARIS) and Haryana Land Record Information System (HALRIS) pertaining to land records of all the villages in the district by March 31.
According to a report published in the English daily, Indian Express, Meena said, till now, land records of 54 villages has been integrated with HALRIS and HARIS. It is the first time in Gurgaon that land records have been successfully integrated with registration system.
This, he said, will help in checking fraud in land sale in the district. Upon registration of sale deed of any immovable property or piece of land, it will be automatically reflected in the land records website. After this, incorporating name of the buyers in mutation register would be simplified. Presently, the buyers of land usually do not go for entry of mutations of that land in their name after registration of sale deeds.
He said that another 60 villages will be integrated by end of this month which will take the number to 114 villages. He said that the logistics and infrastructure will be provided but there should not be any undue delay in this work.
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