Guwahati, Oct 31: In a first-of-its-kind initiative in the Cachar district, Assam Police organised a ‘Passport Mela’ at Silchar to clean off the pending packages for passports.
Almost 1,700 hundred candidates were given appointments and have been requested to stay gift at the side of all of the files required for police verification for purchasing a passport.
Superintendent of Police, Cachar district Numal Mahato said: “Chief Minister has informed the police branch to be humans-centric and expedite all of the works associated with providing to the humans. In line together along with his call, we’ve got organised this passport Mela to remove the pending passport verification.”
According to the police officer, such projects will reinforce the police-public relation.
The local authorities of the district court were also requested to be present there so that people who need an affidavit could easily avail of it.
Glimpses of the Passport Mela organised today by @cacharpolice in the premises of the office of the Supdt of Police, Cachar.https://t.co/fQDGkY5VQu@himantabiswa@CMOfficeAssam@DGPAssamPolice@gpsinghips@assampolice pic.twitter.com/AsOcVPTUtt
— Cachar Police (@cacharpolice) October 30, 2022
“We have advised the humans with proper files whose police verification turned into pending to return back right here and the one-day benefit,” Mahato added.
The force persisted for the entire day and the police officers installed 8 tables to boom the efficacy of the one-day provider.
Passport Mela was organized at Cachar SP office premises and was inaugurated by Silchar MP Rajdeep Roy. Local MLA and other government officials were also present.