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Over 2m jeribs of state-owned land surveyed so far

Over 2m jeribs of state-owned land surveyed so far

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Nov 19, 2018 - 11:49

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): The Afghanistaninfo-icon Land Authority, also known as ARAZI, says 429732 hectares of state-owned land and public properties under state institutions use has been surveyed in the past eight months in 28 provinces of the country.

The government land was surveyed through the State Land Bank, a statement from authority said.

Out of the total, 180,840 jeribs was in Kabul, 134,235 jeribs in Balkh, 103,948 jeribs in Herat, 102,603 jeribs in Nangarhar, 70,072 jeribs in Kandahar, 72,426 jeribs in Kunduz, 136,108 jeribs in Nimruz and rest of over one million more had been surveyed in other 21 provinces of the country.

The Afghanistan Land Authority, through the State Land Bank, supposed to survey two million jeribs by the end of the ongoing solar yearinfo-icon, with the above mentioned plan, the organization has exceeded its target, and the process of surveying and registering has rapid systematically all over the country.

The State Land Bank was established on the basis of articles 11 and 12 of the Land Management Law, and according to Presidential Decree No. 66, survey and registration of state-owned land was begun on March 2018 in 28 province of the country.

The State Land Bank was came into exist to precise the exact statistics of state land, provide state institutions with opportunities to implement socio-economic and development projects, prevent state land grabbing and fair distribution of state land to returnees, IDPs and families of martyrs of the country’s security and defense forces.

The survey and registration process has begun by 119 professional surveyors in 28 provinces and Afghanistan Land Authority intends to expend the process to remaining six provinces of the country in 2019.

Pr/sa

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