GO 58 allows regularization of encroached government land up to 125 square yards by poor . GO 58 allows regularization of constructions on encroached government lands at a cost of up to 125 square yards .
Hyderabad: Faced with challenges in implementing flagship plans such as 2BHK housing and the distribution of three-acre land to Dalits, the Telangana government is now focusing on prompt regularization of encroached government land up to 125 square yards by poor, according to GO No.58.District collectors have been requested to finish the process by the end of this month and issue pattas to the eligible residents as soon as possible.As a result of GO 58, there have been one lakh applications submitted, with another 60,000 applications under GO 59.Due to the inability to obtain land, a funding shortage, and difficulties in identifying beneficiaries, the 2BHK housing project was unable to be implemented at many locations, and deadlines could not be met.The government announced that it would provide assistance to those who wish to build a house on their own property, despite being beset with challenges.Due to a shortage of government land, skyrocketing prices, and other challenges, the distribution of three acres to Dalits was also impossible.For example, CM KCR said he never promised to implement the scheme. It is only regularizing government property, which has been the property of the poor for decades.It will not only benefit thousands of poor people, but it will also benefit the government in the next elections.According to a senior government official, TRS MLAs are urging them to carry out the procedure in their assembly constituencies.On GO 58, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar met with collectors and set a deadline for implementing the scheme. Although GO 58 allows regularization of constructions on encroached government lands at a cost of up to 125 square yards, it permits regularization of encroached government lands at a cost of up to 125 square yards.A district collector said that GO 59 allows for regularization of encroached government lands only after a thorough field inspection of houses.