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Gujarat: a mobile application that cuts the crowds to offer 52 municipal services | Ahmedabad News


GANDHINAGAR: To prevent people from overcrowding municipal offices for various services amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the state government plans to roll out the mobile platform, eNagar.
Most of the services, including the issuance of birth, death and marriage certificates, will be available through the mobile app for people residing within the boundaries of the 155 municipalities and the Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation (GMC).
Rajkumar Beniwal, municipal administration commissioner and general manager of Gujarat Urban Development Company Ltd, is in charge of the eNagar mobile project. “Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is necessary to minimize the need for citizens to visit the offices of the municipality,” he said. “In the first phase of providing online solutions, we integrated 155 municipalities and the GMC. ”
The official added that the eNagar mobile app trial is nearing completion and the government is expected to roll out the service in the coming weeks. “Initially, 52 services such as issuing birth and death certificates, paying property tax and filing complaints will be available online. Citizens will get the status of their apps on their cell phones, he said. “The eNagarweb version had some limitations, while in the mobile app all the issues have been resolved,” he said. “Large populations will no longer need to visit municipal offices and will be able to obtain services via the mobile application. ”


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