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Jammu Kashmir‘Bhrashtachar Mukt J&K’ CS for open dialogue to eradicate corruption, Unveils e-Daakhil...

‘Bhrashtachar Mukt J&K’ CS for open dialogue to eradicate corruption, Unveils e-Daakhil Portal for consumer protection


SRINAGAR, SEP 6: On the 3rd day of the ‘Brashtachar Mukt J&K Week', Chief Secretary, Dr Arun Kumar Mehta continued today holding virtual interactions with all the stakeholders including the Deputy Commissioners, PRI members, Prabhari Officers, government officers from line departments and general public in order to have a firsthand assessment of the progress of the campaign on the ground.

During his interactions, Dr Mehta encouraged all to talk freely about the menace so that the evil is eradicated from the system effectively. He made out that only by talking about it there could be a clear idea about its impact and further action needed. He advised the general public to come forward and give their suggestions or file their grievances about any aspect of corruption they have come across. He assured them that there is no impunity for anyone to resort to corruption and the law would take its own course irrespective of the position or the  post.

While talking to people, the Chief Secretary asked them about the accessibility of government services in online mode. He enquired from them about the difference in timeframe for delivery of services through online and offline mode and their preferences between the two.

During the interactive session, the Chief Secretary apprised the public about several IT tools offered by the government to remain informed about government schemes, works or applying for different services. He told them about the benefits of Janbhagadari portal, e-Unnat, Mobile Dost, Scan & Share (OPD Registration), 108 Ambulance Service and other utilities. He asked them to know about their rights to avoid being exploited by anyone.

Meanwhile, the Chief Secretary inaugurated the ‘e-Daakhil Portal' for & , here today.

The portal provides a platform for the consumers to register their complaints and appeals relating to consumer disputes. The primary aim of the portal is to provide timely and effective settlement of consumer disputes in Jammu & Kashmir. The Government has already established a State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission and 10 District Consumer Dispute Redressal Commissions in the interest of consumers.

As part of the Government's resolve to provide inclusive governance, the e-Daakhil Portal has also been integrated with Common Service Centres (CSC), which would make this service also available to residents in remote and far flung areas.

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