18.5 crore revenue records digitised in Haryana – Chandigarh News

At the state-stage and in all districts, 18.5 crore records have been scanned and digitized, which will probably be simply out there on the click on of a mouse.

This will show to be an vital initiative for the federal government to get rid of corruption and convey extra transparency in the system.

After inaugurating the trendy revenue report rooms in all 22 districts of the state by a digital assembly on the camp workplace right here, the Chief Minister was in direct dialogue with Cabinet ministers, public representatives and officers current in all districts.

He mentioned earlier it was a troublesome activity to take care of, protect and discover the outdated revenue records that had been tied up in bundles. It additionally took a very long time to search out the records and there was a chance of records getting broken, torn, go lacking or get tampered with.

The first trendy revenue report room in the state was arrange in Kaithal district as a pilot mission on June 24, 2017, and after that on December 25, 2019, on the event of Good Governance Day, the Modern Revenue Record Room mission was began for all districts.

These report rooms have been ready in all districts forward of time. He mentioned the seventy fifth Amrit Mahotsav is being celebrated everywhere in the nation and Haryana has additional expanded e-governance providers by digitizing the vital revenue records.

In future, vital records associated to different departments may even be digitized in the identical method. Further by the digitization of this report, the implementation of many schemes may even be accelerated and every little thing will turn out to be handy for the general public by this technique.

The Chief Minister mentioned the Prime Minister has appreciated the schemes and works performed in the curiosity of the general public by the state in many boards and later these schemes and programmes have been began on the central stage and in different states as nicely.

Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, who additionally holds the portfolio of Revenue and Disaster Management Departments, mentioned the revenue records are of nice significance and it was a problem to protect them correctly in the outdated stereotypical means.

The Revenue Department has scanned the records in a brief span on the decision of the Chief Minister after which uploaded it on the portal of NIC. With the records being digitized in this fashion, it is going to be a lot simpler to entry and procure it.

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