Friday, March 24, 2023

KP launches E-Stamp Paper to reduce fraud

The KP has created an e-stamp paper system to stop people from using stamp papers that are out of date. With a new technological project, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government is trying to get rid of fake stamp papers and related fraud.

Mahmood Khan, the Chief Minister of KP, ran the event and said that the initiative would help fix many problems with stamp sheets. He said that it would help settle property disputes and that documents sometimes did some googling. Which would cut down on fraud and also forgeries.

You only need internet access to use these electronic stamp papers. With just a little bit of information about why you need them. You can buy high-value stamp papers for legal or non-legal purposes. You’ll also need the CNIC numbers of the people whose stamp papers you’re buying, in addition to your own and the sellers.

You won’t have to figure out how much stamp paper you need by hand. Because the new system takes care of that for you. You’ll get your E-stamp paper in less than 15 minutes.

Sindhi electronic postmark

In May of this year, they started using electronic stamps just like Sindh. It became did start by the PITB, the Board of Revenue of the Sindh Government. The National Bank of Pakistan works together (NBP).

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Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah did start the event at the Sindh CM House. A large number of people there, including Minister for Revenue Makhdoom Mehboob, the Chief Secretary, and also a high-ranking member of the Board of Revenue. The President of the National Bank, and also others.

Did the Premier of the province Murad Ali Shah also use the event to announce that stamp duty to go from 2% to 1%? The e-stamp paper system in Sindh is exactly the same as that in KP.

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