DG Punjab Information Technology board Lahore, Sajid Latif said this in a ceremony held here on Wednesday.
He said the system will facilitate the people and will be accessed by just spending of Rs 1000.
He said that people can make challan 32-A by themselves after feeding the requisite information in the concerned computer software and provision of stamp paper will be confirmed through sms service by the admin staff. The DG said the Punjab government had issued 128,642 e-stamp papers across the province so far. PITB officer Haider Ali briefed regarding obtaining the e-stamp paper.