Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao on Friday instructed officials concerned stating that farmers, who do not link their Aadhaar details with their agriculture land records, will face the risk of their lands being declared benami.
The Chief Minister gave the warning after observing that many farmers were not coming forward to link their Aadhaar with that of land records, prepared by the officials during the recently concluded purification of land records.
Rao has instructed that lands, under the possession of the beneficiaries, should be identified and clarity should be given on the ownership rights.
He asked the officials to set a deadline for farmers to link their lands with Aadhaar as a last opportunity and declare the lands without Aadhaar linkage as benami lands to initiate necessary legal action against them.
Reviewing the progress of the proposed distribution of pattadar passbooks at Pragati Bhavan here, Chandrashekhar Rao said there should not be any further confusion on ownership of lands in the State.
Earlier in the day, the Chief Minister held a review meeting at Pragati Bhavan on the proposed distribution of the Pattadar Passbooks.
Chief Secretary SK Joshi, Advisor Anurag Sharma, Principal Secretaries S Narsing Rao, Rajesh Tiwari, Land records Purification programmes Mission Director Vakati Karuna, CM Secretary Ms Smita Sabharwal participated in the meet. (ANI)