Peshawar: According to news reports, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan ordered the building of citizen facilitation centres (CFCs) in the province on Monday (October 18). In the first phase, CFCs will be created in three and six months in the provincial capital and headquarters, respectively.
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CM Mahmood also ordered the creation of an E-summary system to enable the government run more efficiently and without paper. The E-governance system would be implemented in three phases, with the first starting in June 2022 and the last in 2023, according to the specs.
The new system will be used by the government to provide e-services to 38-40 departments, including the issuance of domicile certificates, identity cards, birth certificates, Form-B, arms licence, driving licence, and land registration and mutation.
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Similarly, 5,000 people will be educated to guarantee that the e-system runs well, with the effort overseen by a committee chaired by extra chief secretary KP. Furthermore, the meeting was informed that the province state and forest land cadastral mapping project is nearing completion, which will aid in the prevention of land encroachment.
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