The Revenue Board of Sindh will be opening offices from Monday onward, which had been closed amid the coronavirus related lockdown, as per the reports of local media.
The authorities have said that the decision has been taken for opening their sub-registrar offices while following the provided guidelines, precautionary SOPs and the preventives measures laid out by the government of Sindh.
The Interior Ministry of Sindh has also asked the Revenue Board to ensure that all the SOPs related to the COVID-19 are followed closely, without any failures.
Previously, PM Khan said that the federal government is making use of all the resources for containing the spread of the coronavirus in the nation.
While talking to his adviser on the Parliamentary Affairs, Babar Awan, the PM said that the biggest problem was to offer relief to the common man, who are affected the most by the lockdown restrictions that have been enforced to curb the spread of the novel virus.
He further added that he is happy that his economic team has given out an emergency action plan on time.
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