ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday inaugurated Islamabad’s Cadastral Mapping Venture and termed it a “huge step ahead” in the direction of curbing land report tampering.
The undertaking goals to curb land report tampering, guarantee monitoring of development via imagery, and supply details about land possession on a single click on.
The prime minister, talking on the inauguration ceremony, mentioned: “The land data ought to have been computerised earlier […] not digitising them had aided highly effective individuals.”
PM Imran Khan highlighted that the land-grabbing mafia didn’t need data to be digitalised as it could have a setback on their motives. “50% instances in courts are of land disputes.”
The premier mentioned land grabbers occupy the properties of abroad Pakistanis, nonetheless, this digitalised system will now assist maintain observe of the land’s possession.
“The land data of Islamabad, Karachi, and Lahore can be digitalised […] and know-how will assist beat the land-grabbing mafia,” the prime minister mentioned.
The prime minister talked about that the value of land was surging within the nation and it was the federal government’s accountability to maintain a verify on it and safeguard the pursuits of the individuals.
He talked about the federal government had recovered state land price Rs300 billion within the final three years — since PTI got here into energy.
The prime minister highlighted that abroad Pakistanis had been those most affected by land grabbing as once they come again to the nation, their land is seldom occupied by one other individual.
“It’s an ordeal to get the land possession transferred, individuals must pay bribes for it […] however now in six to seven months, you will get it finished whereas sitting at dwelling,” he mentioned.
Abroad Pakistanis will spend money on the nation as soon as we offer them a conducive ambiance, he mentioned, including land occupation will finish via the digitalisation undertaking.
“The tree-plantation marketing campaign within the nation may also profit from cadastral mapping […] It should assist avert deforestation,” the prime minister added.