On Tuesday Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government finalized guidelines for regularization of houses constructed by BPL families in government lands in Hyderabad and other parts of the State as per the promise made during the elections.
At Secretariat a meeting held by K Chandrasekhar Rao the TS CM with the officials for the guidelines, houses constructed in 125 yards in government lands would be regularized based on income limits.
The BPL families whose annual income is below Rs 2 lakh and having white card are eligible for the regularization of their houses free of cost. The houses constructed in an area of 250 yards will regularized by collecting 50 % of the existing registration fee from the occupants and 75 % of fee from the owners who constructed houses 500 yards and should pay 100 % registration free for regularization of their properties.
The scheme will be applicable for those who occupied pieces of lands and constructed houses before June 2, 2014. CM asked them to take all vacant government lands into their possession and sell them through open auction. The whole process will complete in 90 days under the supervision of joint collectors (JCs) and RDOs.
KCR said to submit a report on the encroachment of nalas (water drains) in Greater Hyderabad and suggest measures for the maintenance of water bodies. State Deputy Chief minister and Revenue Minister Md Mahmood Ali, Chief Secretary Rajeev Sarma, CCLA Special Commissioner GD Aruna and others were also present.