Kallam, chairman of the state-level steering and implementation committee for the comprehensive survey, said that chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is closely monitoring its progress.
He said any delay in completing the mission would not be allowed. Speaking at a review meeting, Kallam said the high-level steering committee is ready to grant all permissions required to speed up the project implementation.
“Senior officials should take the project implementation as a matter of prestige. AP is the first state in the country to take up the comprehensive land survey to settle all grievances of the public related to land,” said Kallam. He said they have also approved the requests for procurement of Bhu Raksha stones for use during the survey.
Survey and settlement commissioner, Siddarth Jain, said they have readied the stage to invite tenders for procurement of additional material and machines for completion of the survey as per deadlines fixed by the chief minister.
Jain said they would acquire drones for speeding up the project. “We have completed survey in Tadepalligudem urban area where the project was launched on pilot basis for urban areas,” he said.
Kallam asked officials to switch to advanced technologies and software for making the programme transparent as well as fool-proof.