'Facilitation Center' inaugurated at Cooperative Deptt Rwp.
RAWALPINDI -- Registrar Cooperatives Department, Punjab Zulfiqar Ali Ghumman on Thursday said that Cooperatives Department is establishing cooperative facilitation centers to resolve complaints of the citizens about Cooperative Housing Societies, agriculture loans and for an effective legal action to provide relief to the citizens.
Dispensation of speedy justice and resolution of the citizens' complaints would be ensured through one window operation at the facilitation centers, he said this while inaugurating the facilitation center at Cooperative department Rawalpindi.
On the occasion, Joint Registrar Cooperatives Hamid Ali Shahzad Hashmi, Deputy Registrar Mohammad Ijaz Khan, Ch. Hassan Abbas, Circle Registrar Mohammad Asghar Awan, Mohammad Sarfraz Khan, Rana Dil Nawaz and other officers were present.
Registrar Cooperatives Punjab informed that the cooperative facilitation centers are being established across the province where legal action would be taken on the citizens' complaints and they would be provided relief on priority basis.
He further said, automation process of the cooperative department is being completed and data being compiled so that the cooperative department could play a more effective and important role to address complaints of the members of the housing societies besides, steps to acquaint the administration of the housing societies about the Cooperative Act and rules and regulations.
Zulfiqar Ali said that Joint Registrar Cooperatives are being appointed at district level with an aim to resolve the complaints at local level and to streamline the department's affairs.
He further said, efforts are also being made to activate management of the cooperative housing societies. A program for the training of the management of the cooperative employees housing societies has been prepared to bring transparency in the housing sector, he said adding the training modules have also been finalized. Zulfiqar Ali informed that the training program would soon be started from Lahore and later, it would be expanded to other divisions.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||May 25, 2018|
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