CM Jagan hits back at the opposition on the Land Titling Act issue

Jagan Mohan Reddy addressed an election campaign meeting in Payakaraopeta, Anakapalli of Andhra Pradesh.

CM Jagan hits back at the opposition on the Land Titling Act issue

ANAKAPALLI: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy hit back at opposition parties for criticising the Land Titling Act.

Addressing an election campaign meeting in Payakaraopeta, Anakapalli, on Wednesday, Jagan accused the opposition of spreading false narratives through various mediums, including mass messaging and IVRS calls, to tarnish his image. Despite these efforts, he claimed his leadership was widely recognised, even in the most remote villages and among the poor.

While explaining the Land Titling Act, he emphasised that its goal was to provide land rights to individuals. He mentioned that the last comprehensive land surveys in the state had been conducted during British rule, leading to incomplete and inaccurate records. This inaccuracy caused numerous legal disputes and difficulties in property transactions due to subdivisions carried out without proper measurements.

"For the first time, we have initiated a comprehensive re-survey covering every village and town in the state," Jagan said. "This entailed demarcating boundaries, updating records, and registering all relevant documents to ensure rightful land ownership for everyone."

The Chief Minister highlighted the scale of this effort, noting that 15,000 surveyors were working across 15,000 Grama Secretariats to rectify past discrepancies. He claimed that nowhere else in the country had land surveys been conducted on this scale, emphasising his government's commitment to resolving longstanding land disputes.

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