Delhites can now find a reason to realx and enjoy as the Aam Aadmi Party government is set to provide as many as a 100 government services at their doorstep. From August, citizens will not face any hassle that one usually goes through while completing the so-called “sarkari kaam”.
The first phase of the project will be launched by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal in August and is set to ease out the complexities that a government work entails. State cabinet, which initially approved the delivery of 40 services in November, has now added another 30 public facilities for the benefit of the public.
The residents of Delhi will very soon get access to over 100 public services like driving licence, caste certificates, marriage certificates etc at their residential address, as per a new proposed scheme by the Delhi government.
The plan covers certificates like caste, water connection, income, ration card (RC), domicile, duplicate RC, and change of address in RC.
For example, while if you are looking for a caste certificate, you’d have to call the appointed call centre for the details. After this, a Mobile Sahayak will visit the applicant at his residential address, equipped with all required machines and get the required details and documents at a nominal fee.
Nonetheless, with a specific end goal to get the driving permit the candidate should visit the MLO office for experiencing a driving test.
Vice president Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia said that the Delhi Cabinet affirmed the proposition set forth by the Department of Administrative Reform to to allot the task to a company for managing and execution of the project.
Delhi cabinet has also decided that Fair Price Shops in Delhi, which sell ration, will no longer use the e-POS Aadhaar-linked machine for distribution of ration. The shops will, instead, give ration by verifying details on ration cards, which is the way it was being done till November last year, reports DNA,
Sisodia additionally guaranteed, according to a report by Times of India, that the option of services will be completed in a span of 30 days.
The offices setting up the call centres would recruit the Mobile Sahayaks (facilitators). Along these lines, the residents would never again need to remain in lines for the administrations under the plan, according to government claims.
Though the government has not yet announced the costs involved in the scheme, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had earlier said that it would involve a nominal amount, according to The Hindu.