Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said the launching of the first multi-purpose App would bring a revolution in the lives of Islamabad residents.
Speaking at the launching ceremony of the mobile App at the Prime Minister Office in Islamabad, he said after its implementation in the Federal Capital it would be replicated across the country.
The Islamabad Administration would provide 43 different online services through facility in collaboration with the National Information Technology Board and the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA).
The prime minister appreciated the launch of the service and said the provision of such of facilities to the people at their doorstep would take Pakistan into the 21 Century.
He said unfortunately no facilities were provided to the common people in the past and they were compelled to run from one door to other or stand in long queues for getting basic services.
The Capital Development Authority chairman briefed the prime minister about the App and services. There were eight clicks and 43 services in the App.
He said in pursuance of the prime minister’s directive, the services would be provided to the residents online by utilizing the latest information technology.
The objective for the launch of the App was to facilitate the residents without visiting the offices concerned and avoiding the long queues, he added.