Lahore: According to news reported on October 15, the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) is creating a mobile application known as the Dastak App to deliver particular services right to the citizens' doorsteps. Collaboration between this effort with the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) is taking place.
According to reports, LDA Director General Muhammad Ali Randhawa chaired a meeting on a Saturday during which the creation of the Dastak App was addressed. PITB Chairman Faisal Yousuf, Lahore Deputy Commissioner Rafia Haider, Additional Commissioner Abdul Salam Arif, Additional DG Housing Awais Mushtaq, Chief Town Planner Azhar Ali, and Chief Town Planner Sidara Tabassum were among the prominent individuals present at the aforementioned meeting.
e conference also included a presentation on the Dastak App and a discussion of the progress made in digitising LDA's operations. Selected civic services, such as birth, death, and B-form certificates, will be made available to citizens at their homes via the Dastak App.
The LDA Director General addressed the group and emphasised that residents may now access LDA-related services without leaving their homes. In particular, senior persons 75 years of age and over received free document delivery at their doorsteps. He also noted how easily accessible information and services linked to LDA are through the smartphone app.