- LAND RECORD OF SOUTH-WEST DELHI DIGITIZED AND MADE AVAILABLE TO PUBLIC
- LAND RECORD OF MORE THAN 78,000 PROPERTY OWNERS CONSISTING OF MORE THAN 1,80,000 KHASRAS NOW AVAILABLE ON WEBSITE
- CHIEF MINISTER SHRI ARWIND KEJRIWAL DECIDES TO REPLICATE THIS PROJECT IN ALL THE DISTRICTS OF DELHI WITHIN NEXT 6 MONTHS
- THIS INITIATIVE WILL ALLOW CITIZEN TO HAVE 24X7 ACCESS TO HIS RECORD OF RIGHTS AND BRING IN ENHANCED TRANSPARENCY LEVELS
- A GREAT BOON FOR PUBLIC
- AN ONLINE MUTATION MODULE HAS ALSO BEEN DEVELOPED
In a first-of-its-kind initiative in Delhi, the land-records of South West District of Delhi have been digitized and made available online in the public domain, thus making it possible for the citizens to directly download digitally signed copies of their Record-of-Rights on the click of a button from the internet. Land-records of more than 78,000 property owners consisting of more than 1,80,000 khasras are now available on the website http://dlrc.delhigovt.nic.in/ Initially, the records have been uploaded in ‘draft’ mode till 25th May 2015. Any errors which may have crept in due to computerization may be brought to the notice of the following authorities for correction by anyone concerned
For Kapashera sub-division
SDM (Kapashera): 011-25069185, 9650188246, email@example.com
For Najafgarh sub-division
SDM (Najafgarh): 011-25017834, 8800217029, firstname.lastname@example.org
Expressing his satisfaction on the digitization of Land Record of South-West District, CM Shri Arwind Kejriwal has decided to replicate this project in all the districts of delhi within next 6- months making Delhi’s entire Land Record digitized. Giving details of the project, the District Magistrate South-West Shri Ankur Garg informed that any such instances which are brought to the notice, if found correct, shall be corrected immediately by the revenue staff. However, errors if any, which are not due to the process of computerization but exist otherwise in manual records too, shall be corrected after following the due process of law.
This initiative will allow the citizen to have 24×7 access to his record of rights and bring in enhanced transparency levels. Multiple copies can also be printed directly. Further, if any agency wishes to verify the authenticity of the records, they can directly see it from the website rather than writing manually to the office which often resulted in wastage of three to four weeks. This will also be a great boon to the citizens in terms of authenticity as the legal status of ownership of a property can be checked by any prospective buyer from the website, thus safeguarding him against transactions by unscrupulous elements. Besides, this will reduce the work-load on the department staff itself, as citizens no longer have to come to patwari office for getting their Record of Rights and the patwari doesn’t have to search and prepare copies of those records. Further, over a period of time, citizen feedback will help improve the accuracy of the database further thereby leading to a neat and clean regime of property records in the district.
Shri Garg further informed online mutation module has also been developed and all mutations are processed through this module exclusively so that the database remains updated at all times. As the records have been computerized in devnagari script, the facility of a virtual hindi keyboard has also been provided on the website to enable easy search based on name.
Ankur Garg, District Magistrate (South-West) has appealed to the citizens to visit the website and give their valuable suggestions and feedback on his e-mail address: email@example.com Instances of computerization related errors, if any, may also be submitted on this email address. He said that now as per decision of the The Chief Minister project is now being replicated in all the districts of Delhi and likely to be completed within a time frame of six months.