Land ownership program drone survey launched

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Investigation of India in the presence of Tehsildar Omprakash Pandey via land property investigation from the camera
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Lalganj. In Tehsil Lalganj, the Archaeological Survey of India began investigating the land tenure plan from the drone camera on Monday in the presence of the Tehsildar. The surveying work of three villages was done in one day.
Survey of India will conduct a land ownership survey of 192 villages in Lalganj tehsil. This includes houses and avenues associated with land ownership. The surveying department surveyed three villages Ranibari, Hardiha and Maghor on the first day and submitted their report to the Tehsil administration. With this survey, many disputes among the villagers are settled at the administrative level. It becomes clear which land belongs to whom and whose land comes into his possession. The villagers were curious when it was filmed in this new way. They believed that a lot of controversy was inadvertently caused by humans. Their land ownership will be clarified through an on-site inspection after the drone camera has been filming. Tehsildar Omprakash Pandey, Revenue Inspector and Accountant of Survey of India, was present during the survey.

Lalganj. In Tehsil Lalganj, the Archaeological Survey of India began investigating the land tenure plan from the drone camera on Monday in the presence of the Tehsildar. The surveying work of three villages was done in one day.

Survey of India will conduct a land ownership survey of 192 villages in Lalganj tehsil. This includes houses and avenues associated with land ownership. The surveying department surveyed three villages Ranibari, Hardiha and Maghor on the first day and submitted their report to the Tehsil administration. With this survey, many disputes among the villagers are settled at the administrative level. It becomes clear which land belongs to whom and whose land comes into his possession. The villagers were curious when it was filmed in this new way. They believed that a lot of controversy was inadvertently caused by humans. Their land ownership will be clarified through an on-site inspection after the drone camera has been filming. Tehsildar Omprakash Pandey, Revenue Inspector and Accountant of Survey of India, was present during the survey.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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