Land record: ‘Computerisation in progress’

Earlier, a law officer said additional charge of the LDA DG had been withdrawn from Cheema as ordered by the court


Our Correspondent April 28, 2016

LAHORE: Former director general of Lahore Development Authority Ahad Khan Cheema on Wednesday told the Lahore High Court that computerisation of land record was in progress and would be completed within a year. Cheema said this at his appearance in the court of Justice Farrukh Irfan Khan in connection with a contempt of court petition. Earlier, a law officer said additional charge of the LDA DG had been withdrawn from Cheema as ordered by the court. He said Nabeel Javed had been appointed DG. Previously, the judge had taken notice of two offices held by Cheema while hearing a petition filed by a woman who complained that the LDA was not allotting her land.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 28th,  2016.

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