Maharashtra government eases land revenue norms for infra projects

By | January 9, 2017

The state government has come up with an amendment in Maharashtra Land Revenue Code, following which non-agriculture certification will no longer be required for a land for which development plan is finalised.

Unless an agricultural land is converted into non-agricultural, development work can not be started. With the new amendment in the Maharashtra Land Revenue Code 1966, things would move more swiftly, an official from the state Revenue department said today.

Source: Economic Times