KARACHI Oct 26,2021
Senior Member, Board of Revenue Sindh on Tuesday, submitted a report on computerization of land records in the Supreme Court of Pakistan Karachi Registry.
The case related to computerization of land records across Sindh was heard by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed at the Supreme Court Karachi Registry.
During the hearing, senior member of the Board of Revenue Sindh and other officials appeared before the court. The senior member presented a report on computerization of records.
The report states that 95% of land records across Sindh have been computerized.
According to the report, all these records are also available on the website of the Board of Revenue.
The report of the senior member Board of Revenue Sindh further said that no one can change this record now.
The report also said that 500,000 land registrations have been declared suspicious, while 237 land registrations have been blocked.