Amit Shah: E-Verification For Passport Applicants In Delhi

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Amit Shah: E-Verification For Passport Applicants In Delhi

| Updated: February 17, 2023 16:53

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Thursday, inaugurated an online facility for passport verification — mPassport Seva — and dedicated to the people, the mobile forensic vehicles inducted into the Delhi Police. 

“People living in Delhi will no longer have to worry about their passports as they will now get the police clearance within five days as against the earlier 15 days. A facility for passport verification through mobile phones and tablet computers has been launched. On an average, 2,000 applications for passports are received on a daily basis and this online processing will reduce the delay faced by people,” he said.

He also inaugurated the academic complex of the National Forensic Science University’s (NFSU) Delhi campus. Built at a cost of Rs 34 crore, the institute has 90 hostel rooms. 

Pointing out that the city police has received mobile forensic vans, Shah added: “In the coming days, the Delhi Police will become the first police force in the country to investigate every crime punishable with six years in jail and more by the visit of a forensic team. There is a great need to strengthen the country’s judicial system on the basis of forensic science evidence. When this vehicle, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and 14 different types of forensic kits, would visit the crime scene, the conviction rate will significantly increase.” 

Further, he asserted that 2023 will be a significant year for the Delhi Police as it will have to stay alert for the upcoming G20 summit, which will be attended by dignitaries from across the world.

Lauding the role of power enforcing agencies such as the police, he spoke about controlling insurgency in the northeast. “Peace has been established there and the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) removed from 60 per cent area in the region. More than 8,000 youngsters in the northeast have given up arms and joined the mainstream,” he stated.

In terms of amenities for men in uniform, he informed of a huge budget to increase the housing satisfaction ratio for Delhi Police and all CAPF personnel. 

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