Yes, The Government of the Punjab through some amendment in Stamp Act has launched the E-Stamp papers project. Now, the e-stamp papers are being issued from the Bank of Punjab only. Applicants have to visit the website for the calculation of all dues & printing of challans. After, the challan printed, the applicant visit any of the branch of the Bank of Punjab for the payment and receipt of E-Stamp Papers. An online verification module to verify the genuineness of stamp papers has also been developed and deployed at Sub-Registrar offices. Sub-registrar offices have also been linked with the Revenue offices / Arazi Record Centers for the online transmission of the approved deeds and instant revenue record updation. Now, there is no need to visit the revenue offices for the record updation.