The launch of bio-metric scanner to obtain fingerprint impressions of people involved in land transactions and installation of cameras in sub-registrar offices has already speeded up the registration process. Officials of the Registration Department expect the initiatives to usher in transparency and eliminate fake land deals.
The new initiatives were launched last November across the State as part of steps to boost e-governance. Unlike earlier when people had to spend hours to complete the process of registration, the new initiative has helped them finish the work faster, provided they have all supporting documents in order, say officials in the Registration Department headquarters here. Read more