Everything ready for Telangana Household Intensive Survey


Hyderabad: GHMC Commissioner Somesh kumar conducted a press meet today. In the press meet, he stated that except hyderabad, the checklists are not distributed elsewhere.

4000 employees from Police department, constables, employees of excise department and all other state Government employees are working as enumerators for the survey, he said.

As tomorrow, all the services are shut down, he requested the public to take part in the survey and give the correct information.

The buses will be run partially between 5:00 am to 8:00 am and 6:00 am to 9:00 am. Garrage, workshop and adminsitration blocks of APSRTC will be closed tomorrow. hence including RTC employees, everyone whoulc take part in the survey, stated Commissioner.

He asked the public not to submit any documents to the enumerators but show them the photocopies of the originals.

Required Documents for Telangana Intensive Household survey

Hyderabad: Telangana state government has uploaded the forms in its website which are used at the time of survey on August 19.

The documents to be produced to enumerator on the survey day are:

1. Water Bill
2. LPG connection card
3. Paid Property Tax Receipt
4. Electricity Bill
5. Post office and Bank account pass book
6.Aadhar Card
7. Caste certificate
8. Birth certificate
9. Physically handicapped certificate
10. Vehicle Registration Certificate
11. Land pass book
12. Ration Card
13. Voter Card
14. Mobile Phone Bill
15. PAN Card
16. House Document copy
17. Housing scheme allotment order
18. Pension pass book copy

The government announced help line number to clarify the doubts of people.

The Help Desk Number is 040 – 21 11 11 11.

Intensive Household survey: No excuse to weddings, deaths

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s proposed  Intensive Household Survey continues to create curiosity among people.

Each day, there’s something new about the survey. The latest we hear is that all the services in Telangana will shut shut on August 19.

Petrol bunks will be closed between 6 am to 6 am on the day of survey. Besides, there will be no access to public transport. However, emergency services will function in Hospitals.

The funniest thing is that people who have wedding, death or have sick family member admitted in hospital have been told to call up the inspecting authorities so they can complete at the formality on priority basis.

One wonders if families who fall under any of this category will be in mood to answer questions!

Telangana Survey: Buses, Trains full with Passengers

Hyderabad: There is only one day left for the Intensive Household Survey proposed by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. The government has also declared holiday on August 19 (the day of survey) to ensure the process goes on smoothly.

Several people in Telangana are busy packing their bags to head home to ensure that they are present on the day of survey.

Trains are jampacked, buses run by the state transport are full while private bus operators have jacked up the prices overnight to cash in on the opportunity.

It now remains to be seen how successful the survey would be.

No need to submit photocopies to enumerators

With doubts still lingering about the proposed Intensive House Hold Survey of the Telangana government on August 19, the GHMC call centre is flooded with innumerable phone calls to clarify their doubts.

To give more clarity, GHMC commissioner Somesh Kumar said there was no need to submit any photocopies of any kind to the enumerators.

“People need not submit photocopies of any document to the enumerators. Showing the original ID cards to the enumerator is enough,” explained the commissioner.

In some areas like Kukatpally in Hyderabad, the enumerators went to some houses on Monday itself and asked them to submit the survey forms.

‘Sakshi’ office got several phone calls complaining that the enumerators were asking them the Xerox copies of each and every ID card and document.

In these situations, the statement of GHMC Commissioner assumes significance.