Satellite imagery of Gurgaon by March-end
The Gurgaon administration has claimed that the project of preparing satellite imageries of entire Gurgaon district will be completed by the end of March this year.
Following this, the land record will be assimilated with the imagery.
This was disclosed by deputy commissioner PC Meena during a meeting with representatives of JAFRA and RWAs in CCA School, Sector 4, on Friday.
He said the satellite imagery of land was being carried out and after its completion, the same would be uploaded on the website.
The 'nishandehi' (demarcation) has been done. Then it can be compared with the actual revenue record.
"At present, post 1960 revenue record was being taken. About 70% of the imagery work has already been completed. This will help identify green patches and land that has been encroached upon. People will be able to know the ownership of land, sale-purchase, acquisition etc from the images taken by the satellite," he said.
Meena said when he assumed charge of DC, about 56,000 mutations were pending.
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