LAHORE  -  Commissioner of Punjab Overseas Pakistanis Commission (OPC) Syed Khadim Abbas said e-court is a successful strategy to solve the problems faced by the expats.

While presiding over the e-court and weekly performance meetings here Friday, he said the overseas Pakistanis, living in different countries, have welcomed the holding of e-court and termed it a positive step.

He said the overseas Pakistanis are contacted online at the e-court as per the pre-arranged time and their grievances and issues are resolved on the spot.

The OPC commissioner contacted the Pakistanis residing in Europe and Scandinavian countries online as per schedule in which the overseas Pakistanis participated through their complaint ID numbers. Most of their problems were related to revenue, police, prosecution departments and land mafia.

The OPC commissioner listened to the problems of the expats one by one under the Complaint ID number and issued on-the-spot orders to the officers concerned for resolution of the complaints.

On the occasion, he said the overseas Pakistanis are the ambassadors of Pakistan and a valuable asset to the country and solving their problems is a priority of the OPC.

The participating expats termed the e-court a commendable initiative by the OPC for solving their problems.

Later, the OPC commissioner was also given a special briefing by the officers regarding the weekly performance. The meeting was informed that during the last nine weeks, a total of 1,355 complaints of overseas Pakistanis have been resolved while the target of 2,000 complaints was set by May 1, and the given target will be achieved before the deadline.

The meeting was attended by OPC Director General Ishratullah Khan Niazi, Director Admin Tanveer Majid, Director Legal Raja Zubair, Director Police Matters Imtiaz Ahmed, Director Revenue and PC Aslam Rame, Deputy Director Zawar and other officers.