Secretary Local Government Sindh Engineer Syed Najam Ahmad Shah has said that establishment of Civil Rights and Vital Statistics (SRVC)Registration Cell is the beginning of a new dawn for the people of Sindh. The establishment of the Civil Rights Registration Cell after the successful completion of the Digital Birth Registration Project is a reflection of the enlightened and progressive vision of the Government of Sindh.
These views were expressed by the Sindh Local Government Secretary during a program organized by the Sindh Local Government Department in which the establishment of CRVS was formally announced. Speaking on the occasion, Engineer Syed Najam Ahmad Shah said that after the great success of Digital Birth Registration Program, the establishment of CRVS by the Government of Sindh is a clear message that the Government of Sindh believes in implementing the plan for permanent provision of education, health and employment for all the residents of Sindh. He said that CRVS will make it easier for all the people of the province to document their important events easily such as births, deaths, marriages and divorces.
Highlighting the details regarding the establishment of new established cell, the Secretary Local Government Sindh said that this project of the Government of Sindh i.e CRVS, would play a pivotal role in meeting the human needs that may arise in the future. The Secretary LG stated that the benefits of CRVS will not only be transferred to the provincial government as it will also provide assistance at the national level in the policy making process.
Najam Ahmad Shah clarified that like Digital Birth Registration Cell, CRVS is also connected to NADRA’s online database through which real time data can be retrieved without any additions or corrections.
The Secretary Local Government Sindh while paying homage to the efforts of the Chief Minister Sindh on the successful organization of the CRVS said that initially the project will be implemented in District Central of Karachi and Larkana, and gradually it will be phased out to all the districts of the province.