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Effective implementation of Right to Public Services Act emphasized

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  8 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

DIBRUGARH, May 7: A review meeting on Assam Right to Public Services Act, 2012, was held recently at the Deputy Commissioner’s conference room with Deputy Commissioner MS Manivann in the chair.
The meeting discussed at length over the implementation of the Act in the district and the problems faced in all out implementation of the Act. The meeting emphasized effective implementation of the Act at the district level through Sahaj Kendra and the public facilitation centress at DC and Circle Offices for the benefit of the common men. Steps have been taken for phase-wise online distribution of certificates by refurbishing the old system. It would help the common people to apply through on line services and people can know properly about the service from the citizen charter available at the DC and circle offices.
The meeting called upon all to avail the facilities without taking any help from middlemen and to come with true copies along with essential documents in origil at the time of availing facilities. It is mandatory to bring all the required testimonials at the time of collection of the certificates. Failing to appear persolly an applicant may authorize a person with an authority letter to submit the testimonials on his behalf. Along with the services already available earlier, a few more services have been added which are certified copies of electoral roll, permission for special occasion like fare, religious or cultural occasion, use of loud speaker, organizing rally, strikes, license to stamp sellers, renewal of licenses and sale of explosives and others.
The meeting was attended amongst others by ADC Sajjad Alam, Assistant Commissioner, Mirza Hussain, Election Officer, Biswajit Phukan, Circle Officers concerned of respective circle, E-district project mager, Dhrubajyoti Bordoloi and other employees of various circles of the Dibrugarh district.

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