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Virtual record room within six months: Land Minister


Bangladeshpost
Published : 02 Jan 2020 09:25 PM | Updated : 07 Sep 2020 08:43 PM

Land minister Saifuzzaman Chowdhury today said virtual record room will be opened in all districts of the country within the next six months. He made the comments while inaugurating the Virtual Record Room of the Dhaka Collectorate with the theme `Land Service- a click away’ at Deputy Commissioner’s office, reports BSS.

 ‘The experimentally opened Dhaka Collectorate Virtual Record Room is a New Year gift of land ministry for dwellers of Dhaka district,’ he commented. Mentioning that land management is going through reform, Saifuzzaman said, the pace of work has increased at the Land Ministry and the agencies under it.

The land minister directed the land officials to settle the mutation of the `company to the company’ transferred land as soon as possible for the commercial interest of the country while saying ‘we will take necessary measures soon to settle land mutation applications by seven days through Fast Track for the land of limited companies.’

RS Khatiyan and Mouza Map can be viewed from anywhere on the `land.gov.bd’ or `rsk.land.gov.bd’ website.
Besides, certified copies of RS Khatiyan and Mouza Map could be avail within three working days, either directly or by post for only taka 45 through mobile or online payments.

Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka District Abu Saleh Mohammed Ferdous Khan presided over the occasion while Land Secretary Md. Muksodur Rahman Patwary was present as special guest. 

Additional Divisional Commissioner (Revenue) Md Nurunnobi, Director General of Department of Land Record and Survey Md. Taslimul Islam and Superintendent of Police of Dhaka district Maruf Hossain Sardar, among others, were present at the event.