Special secretary revenue-cum-Swamitwa mission director Keshav Hingonia on Thursday held a special meeting with the Ropar district revenue officer, tehsildar and naib tehsildar at the administrative complex and said the state government will digitally update rural areas across Punjab under the “Mera Ghar Mera Naam”, Swamitwa scheme to give rightful ownership of houses and plots under the red line in the district.
He reviewed the progress of the scheme and said the aim of the scheme is to issue property cards to the owners of the houses in the red line areas in the state. So far, 536 villages have been verified in Ropar.
He said the property that falls within the abadi deh area has to be prepared with the help of drone cameras. The maps of these mapped villages should be obtained and posted on large flex boards in common areas of the villages so that people can submit their objections regarding the errors in the maps within 90 days, after verification and their names for final approval be sent to Survey of India.