Lahore: According to media sources, Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Sardar Usman Buzdar launched an Abroad Pakistanis Commission (OPC) Punjab mobile application, Markaz Maal, and a 24/7 helpline to assist overseas Pakistanis on Wednesday (October 7).
According to the information provided, non-resident Pakistanis can now obtain their property paperwork and access land records through the OPC app. He went on to state that a helpline has been established so that Pakistanis living abroad can record their complaints or difficulties 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Moreover, CM Buzdar presided over a review meeting to assess the status of revenue reforms across the board. He announced that the number of Dehi Markaz Maals will be extended to 8,000 in order to provide public access to their revenue records. In Punjab, there are currently 1,052 Dehi Markaz Maal.
In addition, the CM directed that the digital land record service be expanded to include the issuance of inheritance certificates from Dehi Markaz Maal. He also instructed that any pending revenue matters be completed as soon as feasible. Because of the online revenue case management system, the number of pending cases has fallen to 43,000, according to CM. He was also told that 1.8 million Khasra Girdawari had been forced to flee their homes.