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by System Administrator - Friday, 23 January 2015, 2:21 PM

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangaluru: Revenue Minister Srinivas Prasad has said that the State government has set March 2016 as the deadline for correcting discrepancies which have crept in the 1.61 crore records of Rights, Tenancy and Crops (RTC) in the State. Computerization of the RTCs had not solved the problem and mistakes may have crept in during data entry. "As per the information available with the State government, there are defects in more than 50 per cent of the records,” Mr. Prasad said. Instructions have been issued to set right these defects during Revenue Adalats held in the districts and to reach out to individual houses of farmers.The revenue department did Bhoomi project but still many anomalies are left in computerized RTC .

Several years of applications and RTI applications are not sufficient for mutations in RTC .Corruption unlimited in Thasildars offices? Nothing happens without money? Registered documents from sub-register office submitted even then mutation not done and still sellers name only appears in RTC despite they have sold with registered documents. Revenue ministry in Karnataka has taken note of RTC Mutations not happening legally at offices and now Thasildar is authorized to correct the RTC at Taluka Level Thasildars should do effect immediately mutations as per J-Slip-Sale through registered deed received from sub-registrar office without further loss of time .Once J-Slip-Sale through registered deed received from sub-registrar office Thasildar cannot entertain any objections from anybody because it is registered documents and as per rules Thasildar is duty bound to effect the mutation as per rules. Bhoomi (meaning land) is the project of on-line delivery and management of land records in Karnataka. It provides transparency in land records management with better citizen services and takes discretion away from civil servants at operating levels. But Kankapura Thasildar has not done mutations of several RTC in his Taluka despite He/She got the registered documents from sub-register office at Kankapura .Specially Mutation is not effected despite Thasildar got the registered documents from sub-register office in respect ofS.No 217 Gabbadi Village Harohalli Hobli Kankapura Taluka as per RegisteredDocuments 1) registered sale deed No 612/06-07 Book I Volume 612 pages 1 to 8 dated 27-04-2006(25 Guntas) .2) registered sale deed No 6141/05-06 Book I Volume 6141 pages 1 to 9 dated 27-03-2006(5 Guntas)3) registered sale deed No 209 /06-07 Book I Volume209pages 1 to 9 dated 10-04-2006 (10 Guntas). Once the J-Slip-Sale through registered deed by Thasildar Mutation should happen without any further enquiry as Mutation is a process through which Owner's name or his particulars like liabilities get changed because of registered transactions and on receipt of J-Slip-Sale through registered deed. Registration is done after due verification of ownership of vendor at reiteration office and after paying stamp duty to Government at Government rate. Ministers letters also have no effect on Thasildar . Now criminal cases will filed against Thasildars is the only way remained for applicants under section 188 and 166 and 166A of IPC for redressing of their complaints.