Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Abdul Qudous Bizenjo inaugurated the project of digitalization of revenue records and availability of computerized records. He said that incumbent provincial government was taking serious measures to develop the province in each field with the aim to provide maximum facilities to people across the province.
He expressed these views while inaugurating the project of digitalization of revenue here on Thursday. Provincial Minister Revenue, other Ministers including SMBR and Commissioner Quetta were present on the occasion. Senior Member Board of Revenue (SMBR) Roshan Ali Shaikh briefed the Chief Minister Balochistan about the facilities regarding digitalization of revenue.
He said that under the project initially through the Balochistan Land Revenue Information Management System center facilities have been established in Gwadar and Pishin. The official said that related departments were working on this project since 2017, Manual land records have been converted into computerized records saying that a computerized person would be issued in the center facilities.
There will also be registry entries and issuance of instant computerized transfers, instant access to digitized land map equivalents, and a portal for filing complaints to the public will also be available, SMBR said in a briefing. He said that in the next phase, land records of Jafarabad and Quetta would be digitized, and every facility would be available to the public under the roof of Central Facilities in one window operation including land transfer.
The SMBR Roshan Ali said in maintaining briefing that people could directly go to the facility center instead of the Patwari, Tehsildar, and Revenue Officer saying that a modern system of individuals would improve service delivery and bring transparency to the entire process in the province, land security revenue and governance would be improved. Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo appreciated the efforts of provincial Minister Mir Sikandar Ali Imrani and SMBR for the digitization of land records and the excellent performance of the Revenue Department.