Lahore: The Punjab Land Revenue Authority (PLRA) has released information about its most recent pre-appointment system, which is helping the authority streamline the delivery of digital land record services, according to the PLRA’s official Facebook page.
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As per the authority, through its pre-appointment system installed on 232 land record centres across the province, PLRA is issuing more than 200,000 land mutations and Fard certificates per month. The post further added that a total of 144,897 appointments were booked in July alone. Of the total, as many as 85,030 appointments were booked through the PLRA helpline, 36,007 through its website, and the remaining 23,860 appointments were booked at the service centres. Reportedly, a total of 107,000 people were served, which makes up 90% of the total booked appointments, demonstrating public faith in the service.
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Furthermore, PLRA Director General (DG) Muhammad Ali said that all possible measures are being taken to organise the land record centres in accordance with current technology. This will increase transparency and make it easier for landowners to obtain services.