Lahore: The Punjab Land Revenue Authority (PLRA) has announced that it has completed the digitisation of the land records of all the nine centres of Lahore District, news sources reported. The digitisation of the record of all the land has been completed since 1947 with the aim to curb tampering with the land records.
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As per the reports, PLRA had established nine branches working under the land revenue wing and deputy commissioner office to digitise land records. The project was initiated in 2017-18 with the major work already completed. However, due to increasing complaints regarding tempering of land data, Deputy commissioner Lahore Umar Sher Chatha wrote to the Senior Member Board of Revenue Baber Hayat Tarrar regarding the completion of the last leg of the project.
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Moreover, it was also reported that following the completion of the project, all land-related documents including mutation and transfer certificates will be issued digitally while the manual work will be terminated in the coming months. In this regard staff that has been trained and made familiar with the new system will be deployed soon at designated centres to issue digital certificates.