LAHORE – As reported by the news on the 3rd of May, the Punjab Land Records Authority (PLRA) increased the number of mobile Arazi Record Centres (ARCs) in order to accommodate civilians during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The centres are designed to facilitate civilians with their concerns regarding property mutations and circulation of ownership documents or fards, in the comfort of their own home for a prescribed fee. Ten such centres were operational in Lahore, but the project has since been expanded to add ten more centres.

According to the details shared by PLRA, the already existing ARCs have circulated 11,885 mutations and 7,562 fards, generating a revenue totaling PKR 105.1 million for the national exchequer.