Title deed transfer to be made easy: CM

Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami having a word with S. Semmalai at Edappadi in Salem on Friday.

Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami having a word with S. Semmalai at Edappadi in Salem on Friday.  


The State Government will introduce a system of simultaneous transfer of title deeds while registering property documents at sub-registrar’s office, the Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami has said.

Laying foundation stones for new projects in Edappadi on Friday evening, Mr. Palaniswami said that coordination between sub-regisrar’s offices and taluk offices will be ensured.

Nearly seven lakh documents wre being registered at sub-registar’s offices every year. The new facility will expedite hassle-free name transfer process, he added.

Referring to agitations of government employees, Mr. Palaniswami said that the government has earmarked ₹ 14,877 crore for implementing the Seventh Pay Commission.

He said that the State Government raises 69 % of its revenue by itself, and the rest comes from the Centre. Of the State Government’s share, 61 % was being spent on salary for its 13 lakh staff. The government was spending the rest 8 % for executing various projects.

The staff should understand this, and call off their agitation, the Chief Minister said.

At a time when the government was implementing various projects for the benefit of its employees, the Opposition parties were instigating them against the government, he alleged. The government staff should not fall prey to the tactics of the Opposition.

The Chief Minister said that effective implementation of various programmes has helped Tamil Nadu emerge as the leader in terms of Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in higher education. The ratio has increased from 21 in 2011 to 46.9 now.

Referring to the implementation of the kudimaramathu scheme of cleaning water bodies, Mr. Palaniswami said that 1,019 lakes and tanks were cleaned spending ₹ 100 crore in the first phase. The government has earmarked another ₹ 331 crore for cleaning 1,600 water bodies in the next phase.

The government will construct check dams at an outlay of ₹ 1,000 crore to improve ground water level by way of conservation.

Rohini R. Bhajibhakare, District Collector, presided over the meeting. S. Semmalai, MLA, V. Panneer Selvam, MP, among others participated in the function.

The Chief Minister inaugurated commissioned seven works completed by the departments of Municipal Administration, Rural Development, Animal Husbandry and PWD in Edappadi constituency.

He laid foundation stones for six new projects costing ₹ 9.77 crore. He distributed ₹ 8.79 crore as welfare assistance.

Earlier, Mr. Palaniswami participated in the kumbabishekam of Arulmigu Murugan Temple in his native place, Siluvampalayam village.

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