PLRA to introduce effective complaint management system

Our Correspondent
Thursday, Jun 23, 2022

LAHORE:Punjab Land Record Authority has decided to introduce an active system for registration and immediate redress of complainants’ grievances.

Punjab Land Record Authority (PLRA) Director General Muhammad Ali while taking notice of the complex and slow system of registration and redress of customer complaints, has decided to introduce an efficient and effective Complaint Management System.

According to the PLRA spokesperson, in consideration of the modern techniques, easy access and public convenience, the facility of registering complaints through WhatsApp is being launched. The PLRA DG has directed the staff to deal with all pending cases regarding issuance of fardaat and attestation of mutations and to ensure complete and transparent collection of government dues. He said that undue delay in delivery of services to the people, negligence of staff and wrongdoing would not be tolerated under any circumstances. While all possible facilities will be provided to the general public at the centres. SHL Nursing College result: The result of the final year examination of Nursing College Services Hospital remained 100 percent in the Punjab Nursing Board.

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He said that the relations between PU and Chinese universities would be enhanced further. He said that before COVID-19, 40 percent of international scholarships were given to Pakistani students and now the Pakistani students are again joining universities in China after the decrease of COVID-19 virus.

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DIG Operations Lahore Sohail Chaudhry in a letter said that over 100 bikes on daily basis average were lifted from the provincial capital. Poor quality of safety lock in the bikes was the main reason behind theft incidents. He urged in the letter to the manufacturers to improve the quality of lock. He also requested the citizens also play a role in setting up better safety locks in their bikes.