In order to facilitate car registration process in Pakistan, Director Excise Islamabad, Bilal Azam said that now teams will visit your doorstep to register your car and also provide the license number plates of the vehicle.
As per Azam, the team would comprise officials from NADRA and Excise department, implementing PM Khan’s vision of door-to-door service of car registration. He said citizens fascinated by car registration won’t need to visit the excise office anymore.
Implementing the vision of PM Imran Khan’s door-to-door service of car registration, Azam said that the team would comprise officials from NADRA and Excise department. He added that interested citizens wouldn’t need to come to the excise office anymore.
The director also said that the citizens needn’t wait in queues; rather the services would now be one call away which could be set in motion once the lockdown is over.
Earlier, PM Imran Khan had also introduced applications that provided 43 different online services to customers. the appliance helped the residents of Islamabad avoid the trouble of waiting and avail services like E-policing, emergency services, and other necessary certificates.
The appliance can also help within the acquisition of domicile, CNIC, and arms licenses while car registration, payment of token taxations, and thus the residents wouldn’t need to attend offices for death or birth certificates also.