Lahore: Punjab Land Record Authority (PLRA) has allocated in order to provide timely services to the public has allocated mobile Arazi Record Centres in seven districts of the province. The seven districts where the facility would be initially provided include Bahawalpur, Multan, Lahore, Gujranwala, Sargodha, Faisalabad and Rawalpindi. The mobile land record service in the said districts would be conducted every Wednesday and Thursday.
The weekly review meeting to access the progress and performance of field staff across the province was presided over by the DG Punjab Land Record Authority (PLRA) on Thursday. It was informed that due to the outstanding performance of the field staff more than 50,000 mutations were decided last month and more than 20,000 pending assignments of the staff were also done away with. It was also informed that more than 80 per cent of the users at all land record centers were issued the required documents within 30 minutes.
It is relevant to mention here that the PLRA is doing its utmost to provide timely and transparent land record services to millions of people across the province. People can easily check their land records sitting at home and even from outside the country. There is no need to pay heavy amounts to patwaris along with the hassle of brawling with a heavy gathering of the public. This online system has really revolutionized the system of land records and property checking has now become extremely easy. The job done by the Punjab government is highly appreciable.