Bhoomi, part of e-Governance department in
Landowners, who reside in places other than where their property is situated will get SMS alert from e-Governance department, Bhoomi. According to e-governance secretary Rajeev Chawla, the department will charge a fee for users who want this facility and their mobile numbers would be registered in the Bhoomi kiosk. The SMS alert would also be for legal transaction of land. The department is also planning for another service for those people who do not have mobile phones. Under this service, Bhoomi has availed 4.9 crore farmers and the department is charging INR 15 for per record.
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