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Land Regularisation Under GO 59 Gathers Steam in City

The second phase of collection of fee and verification of applications under GO 59 in Hyderabad and Rangareddy districts has gathered momentum.

Published: 25th July 2015 02:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th July 2015 02:58 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The second phase of collection of fee and verification of applications under GO 59 in Hyderabad and Rangareddy districts has gathered momentum.

About 942 applications in Hyderabad and 11,744 in Rangareddy district were initially received for land regularisation under GO 59. About Rs 21 crore was received in Hyderabad and `69 crore in Rangareddy district, as part of the first instalment fee to be paid for regularisation. Besides, about 6000 applications were received under GO 58 in Hyderabad district and more than 10,000 in Rangareddy.

They have been converted as applications under GO 59 during verification, as they did not meet the eligibility criterion for free regularisation under GO 58. Under GO 58, constructions of less than 125 sq yards and belonging to BPL families will be regularised. Many who do not fall under BPL category also applied under GO 58, which have been converted to GO 59, said Hyderabad district land protection officer S Kiran Kumar. All these people, whose applications have been converted, have to pay the stipulated fee for regularisation. Officials have extended the last date for payment of second instalment fee for such people.

GO 59 applicants can pay the fee in five instalments and last date for payment of second instalment has been extended till August 31.

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