Indian state approves geospatial bill

Publish Date: 24 March 2011, Delhi, India:

The Delhi State Assembly approved Delhi Geo-spatial Data Infrastructure Management, Control, Administration, Security and Safety Bill, 2011. It seeks to use geospatial technology for planning and executing various development projects and utility services. With the passage of the Bill, Delhi has become the first State in India to enact such an important legislation. The Bill was passed unanimously. Sheila Dikshit, Chief Minister of the State said that the Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure DSSDI Project was approved by the Cabinet to frame and implement policies for issues related to geo-spatial data. …

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