Lahore: According to press reports, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar declared on Monday (September 13) that the number of revenue centres will be increased to 8,000 in the current fiscal year (FY 2021-22). The chief minister announced the development of a computerised girdawari system to accurately analyse agricultural crop productivity.
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In a press conference, CM Buzdar announced that all e-Khidmat centres and sub registrars offices across the province provide mutation of property services and a one-window registration option. It was also said that Revenue Khidmat Kutcheries was striving to address people’s problems and grievances in order to give them with assistance.
District gazetteers were also created to collect succinct and up-to-date information on all of the districts. Mobile centres were established to deliver revenue services to persons living in rural areas. The revenue court case management system, according to the chief minister, was handling difficulties fairly and quickly.
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He went on to explain that the complete digitization of revenue data will help the public significantly. CM Buzdar also revealed that 180,000 acres of land worth PKR 462 billion have been reclaimed from unlawful occupation, with 176,000 acres in rural areas and 4,056 acres in urban areas. He went on to say that the land consolidation was done using information technology and GPS system.
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