According to the sources, The Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed said the Sindh Revenue Board (SRB) is the most corrupt institution.
As per to details, The supreme court of Pakistan’s bench headed by the chief justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed was hearing a case pertaining to the computerization of land records in the province.
Justice Ijazul Ahsan a member of the bench, During the hearing asked Sindh Revenue Board (SRB) officials why haven’t land records been completely computarised as yet, “You had been asking for 2 months [to accomplish the task] but decades have gone by,” he observed.
The senior member of the Sindh Revenue Board (SRB) told the judges that the land record of the entire province had been computarised except for Thatta.
Justice Ahsan recalled that “The last time the Sindh Revenue Board (SRB) had sought 2 months was in 2018,” further asked that “Why are revenue officials unable to computerise Thatta’s land record?” wondering that 3 years have elapsed but the district’s land record had not been digitalized yet.
Chief justice Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed remarked that disputes involving thousands of acres of lands are arising, CJP came down hard on the SRB officials over NA-Class (unregistered) land in the province.
CJP said that “What century do we live in?” saying that unregistered land is being used to milk billions of rupees, Asked about when will the Sindh Revenue Board (SRB) complete a survey of Karachi’s land, the senior member replied that 6 months’ time is needed for the purpose.
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