PM to Launch Islamabad’s Digitalized Land Record and Cadastral Map:

Islamabad: PM Imran Khan has scheduled to launch the digitalized land record in Islamabad which will be used to ensure the monitoring of land construction. 

Prime Minister Imran khan will publish the cadastral map of Islamabad today to counter the illegal land record tampering. Information about land ownership will be provided with a one-click mechanism whereas pictures and other media will ensure the land construction monitoring. 

The Cadastral Mapping project was conceived by the Prime minister with an aim to transform the old patwar system into a more modernized system of monitoring construction through an online digital system.

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The Survey of Pakistan was assigned the task to conduct the cadastral mapping. Phase 1 consists of the digitalization of revenue records for three major cities which include Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad as well as the state land data of the country with a total cost of 1994 million. 

Survey of Pakistan has completed Islamabad Capital Territory digitalization by using geographical information system. The organization digitized a total area of 943 sq km and this also includes the 400 sq km of CDA and 543 sq Km ICT rural areas. 

An overall 70 sectors and 63 societies in CDA along with 112 mouza in ICT have been digitized. It was also analyzed that a 1512 area encroaches as well as 5350 Kanal area is varying from the CDA layout plans. 

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This will be helpful for overseas Pakistanis to verify online information before purchasing land in Islamabad. This new system will also be helpful in identifying the illegal hinging of state land, forests, and nullahs. 

The survey of Pakistan has launched a comparative analysis of 2008 and 2020 for the undeveloped sectors through satellite imagery and this will save billions of rupees to CDA administration for compensation during the acquisition of land.

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