The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) organised the Shahar camps on Monday to resolve land related issues of the residents.
On the first day, the civic body issued a total of 1327 lease deeds to the plot owners. As per the records, 1102 free hold lease deeds and 225 lease deeds were issued on May 2. The maximum number of lease deeds of 502 was issued in zone-12. During the camps the JDA also cleared other land related works.
A total of 92 applications of name transfer were also cleared. Similarly, certificates related to 42 subdivisions, 271 lease money cases were also issued. An official said, “In the month of May, the JDA will organize 296 camps for the benefit of people.” In the second phase of Shahar campaign, the (JDA) has prepared a road map to issue lease deeds to more than 92,000 plot owners. In the campaign, which will continue till March 2023, the JDA has set a month-wise target of issuing lease deeds in every zone.
An official said, “As per the plan, the JDA will issue approximately 6,000 lease deeds per month. The civic body has already carried out a survey and prepared a plan to distribute 67,000 lease deeds. The process to issue more lease deeds is underway,”
People living in unapproved schemes developed on agricultural lands, before and after June 17, 1999, will also benefited.
An official said the state assembly in March had passed the Rajasthan Land Revenue (Amendment) Bill, 2022, by voice vote extending the cut-off date to convert agricultural land into non-agricultural in the urban areas from June 17, 1999 to December 31, 2021.
This means leases can now be given to colonies on agricultural land that have been developed till December 31, 2021. tnn