Lahore: According to a recent news report, the Punjab revenue department has announced its decision to establish 400 rural revenue centres across Punjab. These centres are going to issue domicile, death and birth certificates. The process to establish these centres has already been approved.
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As indicated by subtleties, Lahore has a sum of 448,496 acres of land of agriculture land. It likewise has a sum of 22 qanoon-goi, 361 villages, and 217 patwar circles. These new income habitats across Punjab will be set up at qanoon-goi level. These focuses will likewise be given 5G web access and each middle will encourage inhabitants of the relative multitude of towns under it.
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The move is expected to facilitate the residents of the rural areas who will be able to obtain domiciles, death and birth certificates without the need to visit courts and urban areas. The move is also expected to resolve issues related to the lease of land in rural areas.
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