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Mukhymantri Shehri Nikay Swamitva Yojana

  • 20 Jan 2024
  • 2 min read

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Recently, Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal directed the officials to swiftly process applications under the Mukhymantri Shehri Nikay Swamitva Yojana and grant ownership rights to occupants of shops and houses built on government land for 20 years.

  • This applies to land owned by departments, boards, municipal corporations, nagar parishads and municipalities.

Key Points

  • The State Nodal Officers (SNO) have been designated by Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board, Irrigation and Water Resources Department, Printing and Stationery Department, Public Health Engineering, Haryana Shari Vikas Pradhikarn and Revenue and Disaster Department.
  • It was informed that as of now, 99 applications have been approved for ownership rights, while 901 remain pending. Each department must decide on pending applications within 15 days.
    • If the decision is not taken within this period, then the decision of the district level officer of the department to which the land belongs will be valid.
    • The Urban Local Bodies Department will hold regular meetings with all the concerned departments in this regard and will send their report to the Chief Secretary office.

Mukhymantri Shehri Nikay Swamitva Yojana

  • It is designed to give ownership of Commercial Land of Municipalities running on rent or lease for more than 20 years in the State.
  • Under this Scheme, individuals who have been occupying the land for 20 years through rent or lease are being given Ownership Rights on payment of up to 80% of the Collector Rate.
  • Similarly, according to the limit of years occupied by the land, the Collector Rate will have to be paid at different rates, such as 75% of the Collector Rate for 25 years, 70% for 30 years, 65% for 35 years, 60% for 40 years, 55% for 45 years. There is a provision to give Ownership Rights on payment of 50% for 50 years.
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