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Doorstep delivery of govt services to be launched across state from Jan 26

In the event of the 66th Kannada Rajyotsava, the Karnataka government introduced the Janasevaka initiative, which provides doorstep delivery of 56 government services in Bengaluru. The chief minister launched the Janasevaka program in the Malleswaram constituency, promising that the program would be expanded across Karnataka starting January 26, 2022. In January 2021, the program was expanded to four constituencies in the city: Dasarahalli, Bommanahalli, Rajajinagar, and Mahadevpura, after which it was expanded to Yeshwanthpura.

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So far, 93,000 applications have been submitted under the trial initiative. It was put on pause during the Covid-19 pandemic but began earlier this year with the management of Covid-10 safety measures. On Monday, it was officially inaugurated in all 27 Bengaluru city segments except Anekal, with 58 services spread over six key ministries including government-to-citizen services.

BBMP, Karnataka building and other construction workers welfare board, Karnataka police verification, UIDAI (Aadhar Card), Karnataka Arogya health card, senior citizens’ card, and APL cards are among these departments. The government is providing the services for an extra delivery fee of Rs 115. (excluding the departmental service charges). The services will be provided from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day.

People may now call the Janasevaka call center at 080-44554455 or use the smartphone app Mobile One to contact the Janasevaka call center. People can also order their services for doorstep delivery at www.janasevaka.karnataka.gov.in. CM- The Janasevaka idea was also launched during the launch of the program, to provide rations to BPL households at their doorsteps to ensure citizen-friendly governance.

The Janasevaka initiative marks the start of the Karnataka government’s attempts to reduce the bureaucracy-driven service delivery system, in which the average person had to pay more than the real service cost to have their task done. They expanded it to include ration delivery through the state’s public distribution system. As a symbolic gesture of inauguration, the CM walked to particular residences in the Rajmahal Guttahalli ward of Malleswaram constituency to present the Apart from that, the government has introduced online delivery of 30 transport department services, including a car registration tie-up with 10 major four-wheeler and two-wheeler retailers.

As to one estimate, 60 lakh individuals visit the state’s RTOs every day to have their job done. The CM stated They hope to lower these numbers by bringing services directly to people’s homes. CM also relaunched the Janaspandana phone center, which was established in 1902 to give information on government services and perks. papers sought by individuals under the Janasevak scheme.

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