Lahore’s land record to be digitalised next month, PM told

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Observer Report
Islamabad

Prime Minister Imran Khan was on Thursday informed that the land record of Lahore would be digitalized by next month as updating of record was in progress.

PM Imran Khan chaired a meeting of the National Coordination Committee for Housing, Construction, and Development here in Islamabad.

The meeting briefed PM about the ongoing cadastral mapping exercise in Lahore and told him that the project is right on track and would be completed by 15th of next month.

During the meeting, the prime minister directed authorities concerned to complete the digitalization of land record of Lahore as early as possible so that a common man can get relief against land grabbers and encroachments.

He was also informed about the progress made on various housing projects being completed under the Ministry of Housing and Works.

It was told that the ministry is constructing 86,323 housing units at a cost of 463 billion rupees. Under these projects, construction activities are getting impetus, which resultantly create over 200,000 job opportunities in the country.

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