Assam CM launches Mission Basundhara


Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday launched Mission Basundhara at Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra, in Guwahati. 

Along with CM Sarma, Minister Jogen Mohan and other dignitaries were present at the event. 

The official website for the Mission Basundhara Scheme is

Addressing the media CM Sarma said, “In our effort to provide prompt land-related services and make Revenue & Disaster Management Department more accessible to citizens, we launched ‘Mission Basundhara’ today. This is a historic & decisive step towards eliminating middleman from the system and unnecessary visits to Govt offices while empowering the public to resolve their land-related issues online, in a hassle-free manner.”

The three components of the mission are-

1. Purification and updation of land records in a mission mode by offering nine land revenue related services online –

➡️Mutation by right of inheritance
➡️Mutation after deed registration
➡️Partition of undisputed cases
➡️Annual Patta to Periodic Patta Conversion
➡️Reclassification of land
➡️Striking names of persons who are no longer in possession under Rule 116, ALRR, 1886
➡️Allotment Certificate to Periodic Patta
➡️Legacy data updation/rectification
➡️Mobile number update of Pattadar

The application period in portal is from October 2, 2021 – November 30, 2021 and disposal shall be within May 10, 2022.

2. Polygon survey of yet to be surveyed 672 non-cadastral villages of Assam by March 31 st, 2022

3. Re-survey of all cadastral villages of Assam using hybrid methodology ( drone+ETS/DGPS) by December 31, 2023.

The survey of non-cadastral villages shall enable granting land rights to indigenous landless people of the state. The re-survey of cadastral villages shall pave way for clearing land titles for citizens.

Mission Basundhara shall enable achieving the goal of total digitalisation of maps and integration of maps, land records and registration for the State of Assam under Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme.

CM Sarma urged Circle Officers to work dedicatedly for making the Mission a success.

Assam Government have arrested more than 500 land brokers in Assam as a precursor to this Mission and now the Circle Officers must take up the responsibility to implement this programme with integrity & dedication. This Mission is an opportunity for all Assam Civil Service Officers to set an example of public service for the generations to come.

The Assam Government  will also provide Rs 1 crore to each circle office for rebuilding them while providing vehicle & necessary logistics support. My cabinet colleague Jogen Mohan was also present on the occasion.