Govt to set up 115 Arazi Centres Punjab by Dec 31: Minister

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Staff Reporter

The Punjab government will set up 115 arazi centers in different districts of the province by the end of this year to facilitate the general public at their doorstep. These arazi centers will provide revenue related facilities to the general public in an efficient and transparent manner.
This was stated by Punjab Minister for Revenue Malik Muhammad Anwar while talking to different public delegations at his office on Friday. He said that 153 arazi record centers are already providing different facilities to the people in 36 districts of the province.
He disclosed that Board of Revenue (BOR) is going to procure 20 state-of-the-art mobile vans so that revenue related facilities could be provided to the people close to their homes and areas.
The BOR has also taken steps to facilitate the rural population and computer technology has been utilized to facilitate the people, the minister said adding that now, people will not have to move from pillar to post to collect revenue record of their properties and lands.
The PTI led government has given special attention to ensuring complete transparency in revenue matters to save public properties from land grabbers, he added.

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