BHAWALPUR E-KHIDMAT CENTER ABOVE THAN ANY SERVICE CENTER IN EUROPE-CM Punjab
The Bhawalpur e-Khidmat Center is much above than any citizen service center in the Europe as it provides 17 necessary services in a conducive and comfortable atmosphere to the people in the shortest stipulated time with SMS status updates. The Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif remarked while visiting the double story Center today.
He said that similar Centers across the Punjab were scheduled to be established to facilitate the common citizen and to provide swiftly corruption free services without involving any middle man by curtailing the unnecessary delays. The state of the art facility provided solutions under one roof in a respectable manner, he added.
The CM Punjab lauded the dedicated efforts of the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB), which made a dream come true under the leadership of its Chairman Dr. Umar Saif and established similar centers at Rawalpindi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Sargodha, Sahiwal and Multan.
The Chairman PITB Dr. Umar Saif who was accompanying the CM gave a briefing on this occasion and informed that Bhawalpur Center based on 44000 sq. feet was functioning since October 30, 2017 has so far served above than 45000 citizens. The services included providing birth, death, marriage, divorce, domicile, character certificates, learner driving licenses, vehicle registration, token tax collection, vehicle ownership transfer, traffic fine collection, computerized national identity card, NADRA e-Sahulat, vehicle route permit and issuance of land FARD, he added.
The CM Punjab remained at Center for some time and enquired randomly from the citizens about the quality of the services, which was followed by positive feedback and took a round of all the booths of the departmental offices including LRMIS, Excise and Taxation, learner diving license, post office and NADRA e-Sahulat. He also got Q matic system token to understand the system.
The other accompanied the CM included Federal Minister for Education Mian Baleeghur Rehman, Senator Chaudhary Saud Majeed, Malik Iqbal Channer Provincial Minister for Cooperatives, District management officials and the media persons.