Hyderabad: Home Minister, Mohd Mahmood Ali on Monday inaugurated e-Qazath, the initiative that enables authorities at Waqf Board issue online marriage certificates to married couples. The unique initiative is expected to cut down the time taken to issue marriage certificates, which will be of great help for public, Waqf Board authorities said.
Waqf Board, Chairman, Mohd Saleem said that the online system would be helpful to people who want to get their marriage certificates from remote locations. “Apart from the newly launched online services, married couples also have the facility to get their marriage certificates from the Waqf Board offices located in Haj House, Nampally,” he said.
Later, Home Minister Mohd Mahamood Ali, Waqf Board Chairman, Mohd Saleem along with Prince Muffakham Jah, the grandson of seventh Nizam, laid foundation stone for construction of a commercial complex ‘Princess Dura Shawar Technical Education Waqf Complex’ at Bogulkunta.
The complex is being constructed on Waqf property and its income will be used for providing technical education to needy students. The Waqf Board Chairman said that Mufakam Jah would make arrangements to provide technical education to needy students.