Punjab Minister for Revenue expressed his views during a surprise visit to computerized land record centers (CLRC) Fatehjang on Tuesday.
Punjab Minister for Revenue Col (retd) Malik Mohammad Anwar has said that urban digitalization system is being introduced with the support of the World Bank, adding that the registry system has been computerized in 100 differant tehsils of the province. He expressed these views during a surprise visit to computerized land record centers (CLRC) Fatehjang on Tuesday.
Deputy Commissioner Attock Ali Annan Qammar, assistant commissioner Fatehjang Azeem Awan and other officials were also present on this occasion. He added that modern technology is being introduced in the land record centres to keep the system smooth and transparent. He claimed that revolutionary step have been taken in Punjab Revenue Department (PRD) to facilitate farmers and to enhance revenue collection. The Minister said that good governance, transparency and provision of better facilities to masses are the top priorities of the government. Anwar said that 115 computerized land record centers.—Raza Naqvi
Originally published at Pak Observer