PESHAWAR: A service delivery centre was inaugurated here on Tuesday, which will facilitate citizens to access the land record of 114 mouzas of the provincial capital online.

A statement issued here said that Senior Member Board of Revenue Syed Zafar Ali Shah inaugurated the centre.

Speaking on this occasion, Mr Shah said that 65 per cent of the province’s land record had been digitised, and the remaining would be put online by the end of next year.

He said that digitisation of the provincial capital’s land record of the remaining 203 mouzas would also be completed by the end of next year.

He added that 30 service delivery centres had been set up across the province to facilitate the general public.

Published in Dawn, November 24th, 2021

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