AP Government has launched MeeBhoomi website for APlands Adangals, FMB records…
AP Government is launched MeeBhoomi website to provide complete Government Lands Info from the last six decades to make transparency in government land records. To eradicate the unauthorized occupation of government land and sale through fake documents, AP Government decides to make available of complete AP Government Lands records Info in AP Revenue MeeBhoomi website for people awareness. Land details can be found through Meebhoomi website. Tahsildar has been informed by the Kaijala app soon after the registration.
Normally AP Lands Details like Adangals, FMB, Pahani is available in APlands website. But a few months back AP Government is stops function of APlands website and directs people to get Land Related Certificates in Meeseva Centre. On Friday again AP Government launched MeeBhoomi website with complete 13 districts AP Government Lands information to stops invalid transactions on Government Lands. Some people making fake documents on Government Lands and selling to innocent people. MeeBhoomi website is a solution to stop this type of false transactions.
AP Revenue department launching MeeBhoomi website, plans to provide Government Lands records Information from 1956-57 to present about all Government Lands details. The transactions like assigned to poor people and sanctions to companies. Assigned land details in village and survey numbers-wise available on this website.
MeeBhoomi will provide vacant government Lands details and Assigned land pattadars details. The present occupier’s details and D-form land details available on this website from Friday. People can get the certificate print of MeeBhoomi details at Meeseva centres.
AP Government MeeBoomi new website check details in www.meebhoomi.ap.gov.in. This Meebhoomi website is designed so that people and pattadars directly known about their land details. This is a step forward in the Andhra Pradesh state government. People can obtain 1-B records by survey number or account number or aadhaar number. You can contact the relevant Tahsildar office or your service centres if there are any errors in your land details.