ISLAMABAD: The Mobile Registration Vehicle Centers to facilitate the registration process for the intending beneficiaries of the Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), belonging to the remote areas of the country, are likely to be operational by the month of November.
The Mobile Registration Centers will enable the deserving women residing in far-flung areas to access the registration facilities through mobile vehicles, according to the state news agency.
The Secretary of Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP), Amer Ali Ahmad, stated that the process of introducing Mobile Vans, which began in August, is in its final stages.
A total of 25 Mobile Vans will be included to serve as Mobile Registration Centers of the National Socio-Economic Registry (NSER), providing registration facilities to those who were previously unable to access them.
In this phase, 19 Mobile Registration Centers are being established in remote areas of Balochistan, 5 in Sindh, and 1 in Islamabad.
The Secretary BISP stated, “The Mobile Registration service is expected to be operational by November to facilitate the registration process for beneficiaries residing in far-off areas of the country”.
It is worth mentioning that BISP identifies deserving beneficiaries through NSER and enrolls them in the program. This is the first time in the country’s history that people with special abilities and transgender individuals have been included in the program and are eligible to register.