Haryana CM launches new e-Bhoomi portal
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Haryana CM launches new e-Bhoomi portal

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar unveiled the state's new e-Bhoomi portal on Wednesday, a significant development aimed at simplifying the land acquisition process for government projects, ensuring consent from landowners. The government's objective is to acquire land in a transparent manner, with the voluntary consent of the landowners, stated Chief Minister Khattar.
Addressing the launch event, Chief Minister Khattar emphasized that, in addition to farmers, aggregators would also have the opportunity to offer land through this portal. He outlined specific criteria for aggregators, stating that they must be income taxpayers and possess a Parivar Pehchan Patra family ID.
The offers of land on the newly launched portal will remain valid for a duration of six months, providing flexibility for landowners and aggregators alike. Farmers can independently present their land for acquisition or opt to work with listed aggregators. It is essential to note that a minimum offer of 10 acres has been set as a requirement for voluntary land offers submitted by aggregators.
The introduction of the e-Bhoomi portal in Haryana signifies a commitment to transparency and efficiency in land acquisition processes for government projects, facilitating smoother transactions and fostering better cooperation between landowners and the state.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar unveiled the state's new e-Bhoomi portal on Wednesday, a significant development aimed at simplifying the land acquisition process for government projects, ensuring consent from landowners. The government's objective is to acquire land in a transparent manner, with the voluntary consent of the landowners, stated Chief Minister Khattar.Addressing the launch event, Chief Minister Khattar emphasized that, in addition to farmers, aggregators would also have the opportunity to offer land through this portal. He outlined specific criteria for aggregators, stating that they must be income taxpayers and possess a Parivar Pehchan Patra family ID.The offers of land on the newly launched portal will remain valid for a duration of six months, providing flexibility for landowners and aggregators alike. Farmers can independently present their land for acquisition or opt to work with listed aggregators. It is essential to note that a minimum offer of 10 acres has been set as a requirement for voluntary land offers submitted by aggregators.The introduction of the e-Bhoomi portal in Haryana signifies a commitment to transparency and efficiency in land acquisition processes for government projects, facilitating smoother transactions and fostering better cooperation between landowners and the state.

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