LAHORE: Computerized Arazi Record Centres have been established in all tehsils of Punjab to facilitate land owners and their access to record.
According to spokesperson for Project Management Unit Board of Revenue, Punjab, computerization of land record has substantially been completed in 16 districts including Lodhran, Hafizabad, Nankana, Mundi Bhauddin, Jhelum, Sheikhupura, Kasur, Jhang, Okara, narowal, Chakwal, Toba Tek Singh, Rahim Yar Khan, Attock and Bahawalpur.
Statistics show that land record of about 24,000 revenue estates and 5.5 million land owners has been computerized.
State of art, spacious buildings have been constructed and qualified and trained staff has been recruited on merit for provision of services from theses centers.
The spokesperson maintained, fard will be issued in 30 minutes and the process of mutation will be completed in just 50 minutes serving countless land owners in these centers.
This project has made access to land records easy at one hand and ensures the security of rights at the other through recording the biometric data which will lead to eliminate fraud and corruption.