About 2.5 crore villagers in Uttar Pradesh will receive Gharauni certificates by October 2023, according to a June 25, 2022 announcement from Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
- The Chief Minister made the announcement while addressing a function to distribute Gharauni certificates to 11 lakh villagers.
- 34 lakh people have already benefited from this programme, according to the chief minister.
- Additionally, he stated that in order to hasten the issuance of certificates to recipients, a drone survey of the land will be conducted in 1,10,300 revenue villages of the state by August of this year.
- The Gharauni certificate makes it simple for the villagers to get loans and helps them launch and grow their businesses.
- The Gharauni scheme also makes it easier to transfer inherited land and properties to their rightful owners.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that those who make a mess or sell the same land to many people are no longer well. With land documents, now bank loans will also be easily available. The Revenue Department and Stamp Registration Department should jointly see whether the person who is selling the land is in his name or not. If he does not have land in his name, then such people should be immediately handed over to the police so that the police can give them ‘gifts’. He was speaking as the chief guest at the home distribution program under Chief Minister Yogi Swamitva Yojana.
CM Yogi said that we should not wait for 6 years for transfer to Khatauni, but if a person sells land, then we have to implement the system of transfer to Khatauni immediately so that the law-and-order situation of the state can be in better condition. We have to complete all these programs within the given time frame.
A bank loan will be available easily. Getting a home certificate will make it easier for villagers to get loans from banks. Household documents will also be useful for them in getting other essential services.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Swamitvi Yojana on April 24, 2020. Under this, 1,10,313 villages have been identified for the preparation of records. Under the Swamitva scheme, till June 20, the work of drone survey has been completed in 68641 villages of the state. A total of 3428305 gharauniyas have been prepared in 23287 villages. With the creation of rural residential records under the scheme, property disputes in the rural areas of the state will be greatly reduced. Once the ownership record is made, the disputes going on in the court will be settled soon