PAN card registration a phone call away in CG
Chhattisgarh government will deliver PAN card of the people at home under Chief Minister Mitan Scheme. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel announced that the people living in the 14 municipal corporations of the state can no reap the benefits in the initial phase.
People can now register themselves for the PAN card through a phone call instead of going to the Lok Seva Kendra and other agencies. The employees of the government agency concern will visit after the registration and collect details from the applicant. Within given time frame, PAN card will be delivered to the registered persons.
Sharing this information on his social media page, the Chief Minister wrote, “Another new beginning – On completion of 4 years of Chhattisgarh government, we are now starting the facility of PAN card. People sitting at home can get the card through Mukhyamantri Mitan Yojana.”
For this service people need to dial the phone number 14545. After taking formal information here, the volunteers associated with the scheme, who are being called Mitan, will themselves reach your home and complete the registration by taking the necessary documents for PAN card. A minimum fee will be fixed for this.
So far birth certificate, death certificate, domicile, income certificate, caste certificate, Gumasta license, marriage certificate, copy of land documents etc. have been delivered to the home. From November 1, Aadhaar registration of children up to five years was also included in this scheme.
This Mukhyamantri Mitan Yojana started in the state on May 1, 2022, on Labor Day. Initially, it has been limited to all the 14 municipal corporation areas of the state. Over time it is to expand to other cities and later to rural areas as well. Only eight services were held on the first day. Now its number is increasing.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said that through the MitanYojana, all the citizens, especially the elderly, disabled and illiterate, would get the benefit of many services of the government while sitting at home. In the first phase of the scheme, 13 types of services will be made available under this in 14 municipal corporations. The Chief Minister said, with the introduction of this scheme, the government process will be easier. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel had announced the Mitanscheme in the budget speech. Working on this, the Urban Administration and Development Department has currently prepared the framework for home delivery of services for the municipal corporations.