Assam CM Launches Online Civic Service, Distributes Sump Cleaners | Guwahati News


Himanta Biswa Sarma inaugurates a super suction cup machine on Friday

GUWAHATI: Residents of the state will now be able to benefit from municipal services at home. Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday launched a host of online services, including obtaining instant business license, assessment and payment of property tax and building permit.
It also distributed super suction cup machines for Guwahati municipal company under the Guwahati Smart City project and truck mounted sump cleaners. The CM also presented certificates, cash awards and letters of sanction to nine local urban organizations, which had recently received awards under the Swachh Survekshan program.
A total of 10 super-suckers were donated to the GMC to improve their de-siltation work so that they could complete de-siltation of five river canals and 575 city drains well before the monsoon. The super suction cups were not handed over to municipal bodies. Sump cleaners have been handed over to all municipal bodies.
Speaking on the occasion, Sarma said that the state government has persistently strived to enable people to take advantage of government services around the clock. “The government has adopted technological solutions to provide transparent services. , timely and responsible, ”he said.
Sarma added that from now on, people can get their building permits, business permits, learners’ permits and property taxes without going to the municipal office. The CM said that the civic body’s Vasundhara mission has received a positive response and nine Lakh people have already requested the service. He also gave a brief overview of all measures taken by the government within the framework of the Smart City project.

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