Indian city plans geospatial mapping of 72,000 properties
Centre for Good Governance's insight:
India: The state government of Andhra Pradesh plans to take up geospatial mapping of 72,000 properties in the city of Hyderabad. Officials from the National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), AP State Remote Sensing Application Centre (APSRSAC), National Informatics Centre (NIC) and Centre for Good Governance (CGG), the Minorities Welfare Department (MWD) decided to will take up electronic and geospatial mapping of the 72,000 properties which include mosques, dargahs, chillas, eidgahs and ashoorkhanas. The concerned government agencies will begin with mapping a few of these projects and submit a report within 15 days. The second phase will cover all the districts in the state.