Gujarat government to maximise use of faceless tech system to curb corruption: CM Vijay Rupani

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From the 'Seva Setu' programme -- under which camps were held four-five times a year at taluka and municipality levels to help citizens avail the benefits of various government schemes -- the government is now moving towards the 'e-Seva Setu,' to offer services to people on a daily basis using technology, the CM said.
The Gujarat government is working to maximise the use of technology and create a faceless system to remove corruption and bring in transparency in governance, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said on Monday. On the second day of the nine-day celebrations to mark the completion of his five years as chief minister, Rupani, while addressing a gathering, said Gujarat is at the forefront of extending benefits of internet services to villages in the state under the BharatNet project.From the ' Seva Setu ' programme -- under which camps were held four-five times a year at taluka and municipality levels to help citizens avail the benefits of various government schemes -- the government is now moving towards the 'e-Seva Setu,' to offer services to people on a daily basis using technology, the CM said.Rupani said his government is committed to remove corruption and bring in transparency in governance."For this, we are planning maximum use of technology to create a faceless system. For this, we plan to move ahead by shifting services online in different departments," he said.The CM said the government recently made services pertaining to non-agriculture land approval online,…
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