Karnataka’s famed land record database Bhoomi faces another security breach

Akshatha M reports:

In a serious security breach of Karnataka’s famed land record database, 19 acres of government wasteland in Devanahalli were shifted to a private individual illegally last week.

In Gobbaragunte village of Devanahalli taluk, around 40 km from Bengaluru, land value is very high. The incident has caused ripples in the revenue department. Land sharks are believed to be behind the manipulation of records.

This is the third time that the Bhoomi software has been breached. Bhoomi, introduced to digitise land records, came into being in 2002.

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