Medchal: District Collector M V Reddy on Thursday asked the Revenue officials to determine the FTL limits of surveyed water bodies (‘cheruvulu) for their protection.Addressing a review meeting with Revenue officials, Reddy wanted them to identify the families staying in ‘patta’ lands in Uppal, Ghatkesar and Medipally mandals and submit a report. He directed officials to issues notices to those not staying in houses built for them. Also Read – Two Urban forest parks inaugurated in Hyderabad Advertise With Us Reddy asked the RDO to take up a special drive for regularising the occupied government lands. He directed officials to conduct re-survey of farmers’ lands in Barriguda village of Keesara mandal and to hand over the Rythu Bandhu assistance to them. In this connection, Reddy inspected the NOCs. The DC stated that a notification on setting up Mee-Seva centres in the district has been issued. The centres, he said, would provide employment to youth and be useful for people. A committee should be appointed to pursue the received applications. Also Read – Hyderabad: Intermediate student dies of cardiac arrest in class Advertise With Us Reddy directed the panchayat secretary and CPOs to identify and check on a daily basis, illegal layouts in villages. He asked the Revenue officials to prepare reports on village-wise government lands and submit them immediately and to identify the disused lands allotted to various departments. Referring to the cases pending in courts, the DC wanted the officials concerned to tabulate remarks of courts and prepare draft copies for submission so as to expedite disposal. Among those present at the meeting were JC D Srinivas Reddy, DRO Madhukar Reddy, Law Officer Shankar, Keesara RDO Lichhi Reddy, Irrigation Officer Manjula, tahsildars.