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DC inaugurats the computerized domicle branch in Badin

 

By: Sawan Khaskheli 
BADIN: Encumbering the fake and bogus domiciles and protecting the citizens from the difficulties and complications, Deputy Commissioner Badin, Sayed Aijaz Ali Shah inaugurated the ‘Computerized Branch’ for issuance of domiciles and PRCs at his office on Thursday.
While talking with media Mr. Shah said that now there would be no need of attestation by Assistant Commissioners and Mukhtiarkars and all requirements would be fulfilled by the Computerized Branch of domicles in district Badin through computerized National Identity Card- CNIC.
He pleasured and hoped that this branch would be proved of touching milestone of the success and people of downtrodden areas can be saved from difficulties and complications and overburden of the documentations adding that it will help in constraining of issuing the fake and bogus domiciles and PRCs.
Sayed Aijaz Ali Shah apprised that only five hundred and fifty rupees would charged as domicile fee and assured that after the complete documentation within three days domicile or PRC would be dispatched to the applicant’s address without any delays and even no any one need to come office for getting it.
On the occasion, Dr. Ali Nawaz Bhoot, District Officer, Planning and Development, Ghulam Abbas Memon, Additional Deputy Commissioner-I, Mohammad Younis Rind, Assistant Commissioner Badin and others were also present.

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