More than one crore people will directly be benefited from the coordination of land registration and mutation process each year, says Land Secretary Md Muksodur Rahman Patwary.
He made the remark while addressing a meeting held at the conference room of the land ministry on Tuesday, said a press release.
The previous day, the cabinet approved a proposal placed by the land ministry to facilitate a hassle-free and quick land mutation process after registration.
The land secretary expressed gratitude to the premier for approving the proposal as the groundbreaking service would reduce land-related harassment of people.
He said some 20-22 lakh mutation services yielded every year could be provided more quickly and efficiently if the coordination activities of land mutation and registration services were launched across the country.
Senior officials of various levels of the land ministry attended the meeting held in compliance with health rules, with the secretary in chair.
On Monday, the cabinet approved the proposal of the land ministry for the process of automated mutation and record correction after registering the land with transparency through digital technology.
The land mutation will now be completed automatically within eight days after the completion of registration in this process, a joint initiative of the land ministry and the law ministry in collaboration with a2I.
The service has already been launched in some 17 upazilas and will be expanded throughout the country soon.