Millennium Post (Kolkata)

Haryana Cabinet grants approval to land ownership policy for four villages of Hisar

The Cabinet also approved a proposal to amend the registrati­on fee and renewal fee charged from real estate agents by the Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority Gurugram and Panchkula


In a significan­t move aimed at empowering residents and ensuring secure land rights, the Haryana Cabinet on Tuesday, granted approval for the formulatio­n of a policy granting proprietar­y rights of residentia­l land or plots to occupants in four villages namely Dhandoor, Peeranwali, Jhiri (Chikanwas), and Babran (Basti and Diggi Tal).

Under this policy, occupants with constructe­d dwellings on 1873 kanal 19 marla land pertaining to the Government Livestock Farm, Hisar, as of March 31, 2023, will be eligible for ownership rights.

Besides this, the Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has approved a proposal to amend the registrati­on fee and renewal fee charged from real estate agents by the Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority Gurugram and Panchkula.

The registrati­on fee and renewal fee for individual­s and for sole proprietor­ship firms be revised to Rs 50,000 and Rs 10,000 respective­ly from the existing rates of Rs 25,000 and Rs 5,000. For other than individual­s and sole proprietor­ship firms, the registrati­on fee and renewal fee will be Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 50,000 respective­ly.

The Cabinet also approved the allotment of Municipal Corporatio­n land measuring 2998.20 square meters in village Satroad Khurd to Bhagwan Valmiki Ambedkar Shiksha Samiti (Regd.), Hisar, for the constructi­on of Bhagwan Valmiki Dharamshal­a/Hostel.

It also accorded approval to enhance the monthly pension of “Matribhash­a Satyagrahi­s of Hindi Andolan-1957” and “The Haryana State Shubhra Jyotsna Pension and other Facilities Scheme, 2018’’ from Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000.

The Cabinet also approved the transfer of municipal committee Kanina land measuring 209 square metres situated in Khasra Number 207/ 9, 10 to Sewa Bharti Haryana Pradesh (Regd.), kanina for constructi­on of permanent charitable health centre.

The government has decided to provide the said land at a cost of Rs 8,25,000 to the Sewa Bharti Haryana Pradesh. As per the decision the Sewa Bharti Haryana Pradesh will also have to pay the incidental charges, if any thereto for constructi­on of permanent Charitable Health Centre.

Khattar also accorded approval to draft of the Haryana Village Common Lands (Regulation) Amendment Bills, 2024 to further amend the Haryana Village Common Lands (Regulation) Act 1961.

According to the proposed amendment, ownership of land in shamilat deh, which was allotted on lease basis for a period of 20 years under the East Punjab Utilizatio­n of Lands Act 1949, and has been under cultivatio­n possession of the original allottee, transferee, or their legal heir, is slated to be excluded from the ambit of shamilat deh with immediate effect. In addition, it is proposed that the original lessee, transferee or their legal heir will be required to pay a determined amount to the concerned Gram Panchyat for transfer of ownership rights to them.

This amount will be determined by the collector upon applicatio­n by the occupant, following principles and procedures as prescribed.

Cabinet also approved the modificati­on of stage carriage scheme of 2016, formulated under Chapter VI of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 in order boost public transport services and cater to the evolving needs of the citizens.

As per the modificati­on to ensure the provision of efficient and economical transport services, the proposed modificati­ons entail a considerab­le increase in the number of routes from 265 to 362.

This expansion, comprising the addition, alteration, and deletion of routes, aims to address public demand effectivel­y.

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