Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at India Today Conclave 2023, on Saturday said the Union government was using drones and satellite-mapping to overhaul the land rights system in the country.

"Through Swamitva Yojana, land mapping is being done in India with the help of drone technology. So far, drone surveys have been completed in 2,34,000 villages," the prime minister said during his keynote address at the Conclave.

"Over 1 crore property cards have been issued," PM Modi said, adding this had reduced fear among villagers,

that if they left villages, their land would be encroached upon.

PM Modi was the 'Icon of India' speaker of the India Today Conclave themed 'The India Moment'.

"There are many silent revolutions happening in India. From empowering rural women to farmers, we proudly call this 'India’s Moment'," PM Modi added.

"We have given a human touch to governance. With schemes like the Vibrant Village Programme, we gave priority to the villages that were considered low-priority villages earlier," PM Modi said.
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