Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu launched the Bhuseva project on Wednesday. Under this, government and private lands across the State will be assigned with 11-digit Bhudhaar numbers on the lines of Aadhaar in a two-step process. It is a pilot project that will be implemented in Vuyyur and Jaggaiahpet in Krishna district and it is likely to be spread out in other districts too by 2nd October. The ultimate goal is to give Bhudhaar numbers to 2.84 crore agricultural lands, 50 lakh urban and 85 lakh rural properties.
Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu said that Bhudhaar numbers could not be tampered with and any land-related transaction can be monitored on a real-time basis. The lands would be geo-tagged and 11-digit temporary Bhudhaar numbers, starting with digits '99', would be issued.
The 11-digit permanent numbers starting with '28' (A.P.’s Census Code) would be assigned after cross checking the physical attributes and records available with the Revenue, Registration and Stamps, Survey, Municipal Administration, Panchayat Raj and Forest departments. Farmers can automatically get mutations done online, saving their time and money, and all the electronic records would be aligned with the information contained in the field measurement books.
The chief Minister also said that this was a major initiative aimed at establishing a 'fool-proof' database of lands and properties to make Land administration a lot easier. Also, it will hold a vision to make the transactions simpler and take the technology adoption to a higher level, improving efficiencies across the State.