Haryana: Border dispute with Punjab and UP, drone marking

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Chandigarh, June 5: Haryana Financial Commissioner Revenue and Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue and Disaster Management,  Sanjeev Kaushal asked the Deputy Commissioners of the state to complete drone mapping for implementing the Svamitva Yojana being run to free the villages from Laldora within 89 days.

 Kaushal was presiding over a review meeting with all the Deputy Commissioners of the State under the SVAMITVA Yojana here today.

He said that to complete this work, all the Deputy Commissioners of the state have been given a deadline of 89 days so that drone maps can be made.  He said that white line marking and drone flying would be completed in 21 days, followed by data processing to be completed within another 21 days. Feature extraction and Map-1 work would be completed within 33 days and 32 days, respectively. Finally, Map-2 work would be completed in 115 days.

He informed that to settle the demarcation dispute along the border of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, soon a meeting will held with the officers of Survey of India along with the Deputy Commissioners of Sonepat, Panipat, Karnal, Palwal and Faridabad for UP-Haryana Boundary Demarcation.  In this meeting Deputy Commissioner Karnal will give a presentation regarding the installation of Pillars etc. so that the officers of other districts can get such information and do the work of establishing Pillars in their districts as well.  He said that the pillar installation work in Karnal would be completed before July.

Similarly, he directed the Deputy Commissioner, Panipat to complete at least 20 per cent of the Jamabandi work every year so that there is no delay or problem.  Similarly, it was informed in the meeting that the demarcation of 14 villages of Morni would be completed by the Survey of India by June 20.

On the other hand, to settle the boundary dispute of Panchkula in Haryana and Baltana in Punjab, a meeting will be organized soon with the officers of Punjab during which it is expected that this dispute will be resolved.