The deadline for regularising encroachments on government land will end on August 31 and there will be no further extensions, chief commissioner of land administration (CCLA) Deepak Kumar Panwar said here on Monday. Addressing a press conference, he said applicants can pay the penal amount in four instalments. The commissioner said 98,000 applications for regularisation have been received since February 2008 after the regularisation GO was issued. He said another lakh applications were expected in the next 20 days and this scheme would fetch about Rs 250 crore revenue to the government towards penal amount. Panwar said the applications could be submitted at the mandal revenue offices, revenue divisional offices and collectorates. "Of the total, 67,000 applications were received only in Hyderabad and RangaReddy districts,'' he added. The GO would be applicable for un-assigned land occupants and people who occupied governmentland prior to December 31, 2003. He said unlike earlier schemes, only six types of documents like electricity bill, telephone bills, registration document, water bills would be accepted as evidence for occupation. Panwar said the existing disputed land would also be cleared if persons come forward for withdrawal of court cases. Bulk applications cannot be accepted and only individual and cooperative society applications would be accepted, the CCLA chief said. He said below 80 square yards land occupied by below poverty line families would be regularised at free of cost without alienation.

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