Dhaka, April 29 -- Land Minister Narayon Chandra Chanda on Monday directed land officers to identify areas for increasing revenue collection in the land sector.

He gave the directives while addressing a workshop titled 'Implementation of Corruption-free Smart Land Management' organised by the Land Reform Board at the conference room of the Rangpur Divisional Commissioner's office in Rangpur.

He also said that the e-mutation fee should be varied according to land type, such as fallow or uncultivable land, fertile agricultural land, and residential, luxurious, industrial, or commercial areas of the city.

He also directed officials to examine the legal aspects of land usage and the value-based e-mutation fee.

He said that revenue collect...