Land transfer system being extended across Punjab: CM.

LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Monday inaugurated a Satellite Land Record Centre and 20 Mobile Units to provide easy access to the citizens about land record and other revenue matters. Also, 115 new land record centres have been opened across Punjab on the directions of the Chief Minister.

Usman Buzdar visited the office of the Board of Revenue and chaired a meeting to review the progress on revenue reforms and performance of the Board of Revenue, Punjab Land Record Authority and Punjab Disaster Management Authority.

The Chief Minister was told that the registry system has been computerized in 100 tehsils, while arazi record services will be provided at the level of Mouza in 32 Kanoongoi through Satellite Arazi Record Centre.

The land transfer system is being extended in the whole of the province after the registry through an automated process and people are getting services without any gratification or bribe, the revenue officials further informed the Chief Minister. The meeting was told that the overseas arazi record centres have also been established in Pakistan embassies in the US, UK, Saudi Arabia and UAE for expatriate Pakistanis. Addressing the meeting, Usman Buzdar observed that such steps were unique and the dream of a digital Punjab had been materialized by the government.

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