Registrations As Per Old Method

The Telangana High Court made it clear that the government can continue registration of non-agricultural lands in the state in the old method only. The court extended stay on registration of non-agricultural lands on Dharani portal till December 10.

The High Court took up hearing on the petitions filed with respect to Dharani portal on Tuesday. The court said that it had not asked for stalling registration of non-agricultural lands on Dharani portal. It suggested that registration of such lands can be continued in the old procedure only.

The Advocate General appealed to the court to vacate the stay on registration of non-agricultural lands on Dharani portal. The court ordered the government to submit counter affidavits on Dharani GO. The Advocate General took it to the notice of the court that the interim stay orders had put registration of non-agricultural lands on hold. The court suggested that the government should provide legal security to data collected to register non-agricultural land on Dharani portal.

The court adjourned further hearing on the petition to December 10, 2020.

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