Islamabad: On Monday, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has digitised 112 “Mouzas” of the Islamabad Capital Territory, the Ministry of Interior informed the National Assembly.
According to the Ministry’s written response, the CDA plot data for the settled sectors have been computerised. The group digitised 943 square kilometres, comprising 543 square kilometres of rural ICT and 400 square kilometres of CDA.
Furthermore, it was stated that a total of 112 “Mouzas” in ICT had been digitised and integrated through cadastral mapping (Survey of Pakistan) and that they had been made available in September 2021. Through NRTC’s installed system, it was further stated that the CDA had totally computerised sale/purchase/legal heirship administration and related transactions.
When a person submitted a case at the CDA facilitation centre, they were notified that they could now check the status of their case via a web link. The public could communicate by calling the dedicated help line (918190), which is open 24 hours a day.
Each property’s and transaction’s case history was kept on file for future reference. Additionally, it was disclosed that as of September 2021, CDA land records (plots and allotted properties) were digital, making the record of allocated plots available with all relevant information (owner, street number and sector).
The CDA has collaborated with SUPARCO and Survey of Pakistan to digitise rural land records. The two groups have helped to carry out the geo-mapping of the CDA Rural Record.
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