Taker By reducing corruption in the issuance of weapons and making the process available online to ensure transparency, the Punjab government led by Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi achieved another important milestone.
For the Punjab Arms License Management System (PALMS), the province Home Department and the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) have inked a contract. Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi publicly opened the PALMS site.
Along with offering a convenient platform for the online transfer of licenses to heirs, the internet site will also make it possible for arms licenses to be maintained throughout Punjab.
Moreover, licenses can be sent right to the applicants’ door after PALMS launches. According to Mohsin Naqvi, the system’s deployment will make it possible to eliminate corruption in the licensing process.
The Chief Minister thanked Additional Secretary Farwa Aamir and Home Secretary Mian Shakeel Ahmed for their roles in the web portal’s inauguration.
He also commended the outstanding introduction of the automatic weapons licensing system. The Punjabi government, the Interior Secretary, and the DG NADRA signed the relevant agreement.
Attendees at the ceremony were the Chief Secretary, the Home Secretary, the Director General Nadra Sohail Jahangir, the Director Arms Nadra, and other relevant officials.