Fard kendras are receiving overwhelming response in Sangrur district as about 2.14 lakh people availed the services of 13 fard kendras set up in the district.
The fard kendras were set up in the state to bring transparency in the work at tehsil offices and provide hassle-free services to the people following computerization of the entire revenue records.
In a statement issued here on Monday, Punjab finance minister Parminder Singh Dhindsa said the fard kendras are providing all assistance to the people of the state including revenue services like issuance of nakals (copies) of registration, mutations and court orders.
Dhindsa said the people have been largely benefited through this improved system in the state revenue department.
He said that about one lakh copies of revenue documents have been provided to 21,380 land owners in Sangrur, 39,569 copies were issued in Longowal, 39,569 in Bhawanigarh, 94,349 in Dhuri, 1,07,884 in Sherpur, 84,784 in Malerkotla, 1.33 Lakh in Ahmedgarh.
Similarly, fard Kendra issued 64791 copies in Sunam, 37501 copies in Dirba, 1.11 lakh in Lehra, 78,435 in Moonak and 64,551 in Khanauri.
The entire land records have been computerized in the state and the land owners could visit the website www.plrs.org.in for latest information regarding their land records, he added.