Lahore: Some 850 revenue centres have been established to provide revenue services on the doorstep and their number will be increased to 8,000 during the current financial year, claims Chief Minister Usman Buzdar.
In a statement, the chief minister said all sub-registrars offices and e-khidmat centres were providing one-window registration facility and mutation of property services across Punjab. Revenue khidmat kutcheries were providing relief to ordinary people by resolving their complaints and grievances.
The CM said land consolidation was being carried out with the help of information technology and GPS-based satellite systems.
The Punjab Board of Revenue had shown a tremendous increase in collection during the last financial year. Against a target of Rs 59.8bn, it collected more than Rs 62bn and work on launching software bills was also under process, concluded the chief minister.
For uniform development, Rs360bn district development packages had been given and all areas would benefit equally from it, he said. He said the politics of chaos was not in the interest of the country and nation. Promotion of unity was the need of the hour.
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