Swamitva scheme: Ownership on village residential property will be easy to get loan from bank, government will make drones mapping
new Delhi. The ‘Swamitva scheme’ is being run by the Modi government to strengthen the village infrastructure and eliminate disputes over residential property in the villages. In this, the people of the village will be given their ownership after mapping every property of the village (Maping Of Property). This will make them easy to take a loan. Currently, this scheme has been started in Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand under this scheme. Later it will be linked to other states as well.
What is plan
The record of the cultivated land of the village is in Khasra-Khatauni. But there is no record of residential property of villages. In such a situation, the ownership of each residential property will be measured through ‘ownership scheme’. For this, drone mapping will be done in the villages. It will include the Ministry of Panchayati Raj, Panchayati Raj and Revenue Department of the states and Survey of India.
How will the scheme work
The drone will create a digital map of every property within the boundary of the village. This will also fix the boundaries of each revenue segment. On the basis of accurate measurement, a card will be generated by the state government for the property of every household in the village. This will make it easier to get ownership. Due to which the bank will also get loan.