Multan: The local authorities have introduced an e-khidmat centre in the city in a bid to digitise operations pertaining to the construction sector, a news source reported on October 19. The facility has been established near the land record centre on an area measuring eight kanals.
Deputy Commissioner Amir Khattak visited the khidmat centre on Saturday to review the preparations. He was briefed on the occasion by the manager e-khidmet centre Abdur Rauf.
The commissioner was informed that the centre will provide 78 services to the citizens. Of these, 34 services relate to the construction sector, while nine of the services relate to excise department. All the operations in the department are completely digitised and computerised.
A 55-member staff of the Punjab Information Technology Board has been tasked with providing these services to the citizens concerned. To provide all the relevant services, 24 counters have been established at the e-khidmet centre.