The platform “Tunhar Sarkar, Tunhar Dwar” (your government at your doorstep), which will allow the transport department to offer 22 services directly to people’s homes, was officially launched on Tuesday by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.
According to a new facility introduced by the Chhattisgarh government on Wednesday, at least 22 transport department services, including driving licence renewals and smart card licences, would now be available at people’s doorsteps.
A platform called “Tunhar Sarkar, Tunhar Dwar” (your government at your doorstep), which allows the transport department to offer 22 services directly to customers’ homes, was officially launched on Tuesday, according to a representative of the public relations division.
According to him, under this programme, smart card driving licences, registration certificates, and other papers would be sent to applicants’ houses by speed post in a maximum of seven days.
He said that vehicle owners may apply for these services on www.parivahan.gov.in and that, thanks to the new feature of voluntary Aadhaar authentication, consumers can immediately use these services and check the status of speed posts online.
According to the official, at least ten licensing-related services, including duplicate licences, driver’s licence renewals, address changes, and vehicle ownership transfers, would be offered at clients’ doorsteps.
The state government, according to the chief minister, has been making constant, honest attempts to make life easier for citizens.
According to Baghel, the transportation agency made a laudable decision to offer online services during the COVID-19 crisis since doing so would limit congestion and the viral infection’s propagation.
Mohammed Akbar, the state’s minister of transportation, added that the new method will “increase openness and accountability in the operation of the department.”
The transport department has integrated services for driving licences and registration with Aadhaar cards, he said, making Chhattisgarh the first state in the nation to do so.
He noted that people no longer need to often visit the transport office in order to do their task.