Felicitating the prime minister on completion of two years of Prime Minister Citizen Portal, FM Qureshi said, "This is the change, which Prime Minister Imran Khan and the PTI had promised to the nation."
The prime minister has termed the performance of the Pakistan Citizen Portal as satisfactory.
The provincial police chiefs said that many complaints have been registered for pending cases in different courts, however, the police department has no power to intervene into judicial matters.
Lauding the performance and effectiveness of Pakistan Citizen Portal (PCP), Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said that the portal application crossed mark of 1.5 million users within 15 months with 92 per cent redressal rate, ARY News reported.
In line with the direction of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan Citizen Portal on Thursday introduced a new category to tackle complaints about corruption in government offices.
Pakistan Citizen's Portal established by Prime Minister Imran Khan has become the most popular platform used by public to seek redress of their grievances against various government departments.
Over 960 thousand consumers have used the portal so far and 7, 64,557 complaints have been registered in which 6, 17,239 were resolved.
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday urged the citizens to use the Pakistan Citizen Portal for effective resolution of their issues. In a tweeter statement, the prime minister said the people should use the complaint portal launched on Oct 28 to get immediate response and effective resolution of their issues. He said: “172000 complaints received in last 47 days of which 59000 resolved & others in process. Of these, 29000 ppl gave feedback with 57% expressing 100% satisfaction.” “I want everyone to use…