LDA, ABL ink agreement to enable Online Payment of Dues
Lahore: The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has introduced an online payment facility for the ease of citizens has inked an agreement with the Allied Bank Islamic Banking for the online payment of dues.
According to the details, the new facility will permit the candidates to pay anywhere in the country for depositing amounts charged by the LDA for various issues including property related issues through 1-Link ATM or mobile applications of their banks.
Those who have accounts in any of the national banks can assist this facility for online payment of LDA-related dues throughout Pakistan. The demand notices for collection of dues from LDA will be generated through computer and the consumers will be notified about the amount and last date of payment through SMS. The applicants can now deposit their dues at 1-Link ATM machines as well as through mobile application of their respective bank.
The candidates can also visit any branch of Allied Bank across the country and pay the dues. In return, Allied Bank will provide the applicant with a receipt for the dues and transfer the money to the LDA’s account. The applicants can also download their challan forms from the LDA’s website.
The agreement between LDA and ABL was signed on Friday in the presence of Director General, LDA, Ahmed Aziz Tarar. Rashid Rauf of ABL and Director Finance, LDA, Muhammad Akhtar signed the agreement. Additional Directors General Farqaleet Meer, Rana Tika Khan, Director Revenue Haroon Rashid, and other concerned officers were also present.