Reported by: The Voice of UK (Muzaffarabad AJK Pakistan ) A meeting headed by Chief Secretary Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Mathar Niaz Rana on Friday reviewed “Computerization of Land Record” across the state to provide computerized copies of land record to public under one window operation.
Senior Member Board of Revenue Fayyaz Ali Abbasi and Secretary Information Technology Midhat Shahzad briefed the meeting about the progress on the computerization of land record Project.
The meeting was informed that under First Phase of the project, land record of 3 tehsils Hattian, Dudhyal and Dhirkot has been computerized as a pilot project.
The date of 235 villages in 3 tehsils having 395691 land owners has been put on Land Record Management Information System. Now people can receive copies of the computerized record and transfer of land record in just 15 minutes by verification of thumb impression. Up-till now 12000 computerized copies of land and 1500 computerized transfer of land copies have been issued from the center. Under Phase II, land record of 8 more Tehsils would be computerized.
Addressing the meeting Chief Secretary Mathar Niaz Rana lauded the role of Information Technology Board and Board of Revenue for giving a practical shape to the project and said Phase I of the project is appreciable.
He stressed the need to create awareness among public about the computerization of land record.
The Chief Secretary said that development of Information Technology is the priority of the government and sufficient funds have been diverted for this sector.
He also inquired about other projects of the Information Technology Board and lauded performance of the entire team particularly Senior Member Board of Revenue Fayyaz Ali Abbasi and Secretary Information Technology Midhat Shahzad