Nagpur: Union road transport and shipping minister Nitin Gadkari holding a meeting of public representatives and officials at NIT’s Kingsway office on Friday The laws related to registration of properties needs to be amended to put a check on bogus properties, said Chandrashekhar Bawankule. The process of non-agricultural (NA) will be simplified.
Bawankule said that presently, registration is done without proper verification. The revenue department is contemplating change in the law related to registration.
Bawankule said that a committee has been constituted under NIT chairman Shyam Wardhane to co-ordinate various developmental activities in Nagpur. He will take a meeting every 15 days to review the progress of work.
The State government will regularise all the unauthorised layouts, that had come up in the city till 2014, within three months.
Guardian minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule gave this information while speaking with the media soon after a meeting held in the main office of the Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) on Kingsway on Friday.
The meeting was chaired by union minister for road transport and shipping Nitin Gadkari and apart from Bawankule, was attended by mayor Pravin Datke, legislators Krishna Khopde, Sudhakar Deshmukh, Sudhakar Kohle, Dr Milind Mane, Vikas Kumbhare and chairman of the standing committee of Nagpur Municipal Corporation Narendra Borkar.