Deputy CM Mahmood Ali defends land Regularisation Drive
Deputy Cheif Minister Mahmood Ali Speaking to media persons after holding a review meeting with the Stamps & Registration Department officials. Deputy CM Mahmood Ali clarified that the government would regularise only the constructed properties where inmates could provide the proof of residence. He said no open land would be regularised under the scheme. The Deputy Cheif Minister informed that the Registration & Stamps had no offices of its own in the State. Therefore, it has been decided to construct in Ranga Reddy district and in Hyderabad. He said some officials may also work on Sundays on the lines of Karnataka.