Terming ease of living as the mantra of government Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday launches E-Chhawani portal offer services to more then 20 lakh citizens living in 62 cantonment board areas.
Residents at cantonment areas can now register their complains regarding civic issue and resolve them while sitting at home. Our government is committed to refine the system and ease of living for people through multi tendency central platform.” Singh’s says.
E-chhawani brings diverse services for residents of the Cantonment area through an online portal, like lodging public grievances, submitting applications for trade licences, making online payments through the “m-Collect” module, and submitting online applications for renewal- cum -extension of lease.
“With this portal, municipal services will be easily provided to the people. They can get their documents like trade licence, sewerage connectivity applications can be made through the portal,” said Singh while stressing that it is a step towards smart governance to provide citizen-centric services to residents of Cantonment areas across the country.
“We request the people associated with consumer boards to take the portal’s feedback on regular periods. The government is making changes to make the system citizen-friendly, ” he added.
“In the trade and economy sectors, India has become a country of expectations for the world,” Singh added.
Through this portal, online application for renewal of leases, online registration of births and deaths and online application for water and sewerage connection will be very simpler. Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat was also present at the event.