MUMBAI (Reuters) – Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a property card scheme on Sunday that he vowed would provide clarity of property rights in villages and enable farmers to use their property as collateral for loans from financial institutions.
Two-thirds of India’s population lives in rural areas, where few possess proper land records and property disputes are common.
“This is a historic effort towards rural transformation,” Modi said in a webcast speech while launching the programme.
The government plans to use drone technology to map land parcels in rural areas and cover some 620,000 villages over the next four years, Modi said.
“Despite owning houses, people were facing multiple problems while borrowing from banks. These people can now borrow very easily from banks after showing property cards issued under ownership scheme,” Modi said.
An initial batch of 100,000 people from over 750 villages across six states will begin to receive
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