BoR retrieved  180,000 acres of state land

 

 

Lahore: More than 180,000 acres of state land has been retrieved by Board of Revenue (BoR) across the province, said Senior Member Board of Revenue Babar Hayat Tarar on Tuesday in metropolitan city of Punjab province.

Senior Member Board of Revenue Babar Hayat Tarar was the chief at ceremony held in the honour of the newly elected officials of Punjab Revenue Journalists Association (PRJA).
The ceremony was attended by Member Colony, Member Consolidation, Member Judicial, DG PDMA and other officers.
President Shabbir Haider, Chairman Nawaz Sangra, General Secretary Idrees Sheikh, Senior Vice President Amir Butt, Joint Secretary Jaffar Bin Yar and Finance Secretary Ali Waqar took oath of office at the ceremony. The executive members included Adnan Rajput, Information Secretary Sher Ali Khalti and other members were present on the occasion.
Senior Member Board of Revenue Babar Hayat Tarar congratulated the newly elected officials.

SMBR shared with the media persons that all Punjab land records will be digitized in early September.
He further shared, “Patwaris’ diary will also be digitized”. He added , Girdawri system and crops’ data in the province will be digitised. Digital mapping is being done again in the provincial capital to eradicate Patwari culture, he said while talking to media persons.

According to him, Khasra system will be removed from the city after digital mapping. He added that the standard mask approved by NCOC made by PDMA is being used all over Pakistan.

There is no shortage of vaccines. In Punjab, 500,000 people are being vaccinated daily, he said after responding a query from a journalist.

He said, “If vaccinations continue at the same pace, 70% of the population of Punjab will be vaccinated in the next four months”.