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State public services to go digital by year end

The state government is planning to go all digital for providing its services to the people. It is planning to bring all public services online simplifying it for citizens so that they don’t have to visit government offices to resolve their problems.

To avail the facility, people will have to download an app on their mobile which will be brought through a digital payment gateway by the year end. The same was informed by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. “We will launch a mobile application and a payment gateway. The government services would be provided through the payment online.” He revealed, “We have introduced 150 public-related services online. By October-end, it is our endeavour to bring 250 services online.”

The Chief Minister was speaking during the launch of a cloud data centre by Exuberant Support for Data Services at satellite city of Navi Mumbai. The company has signed an MoU with the state government for investment of Rs 200 crore in the facility, which is expected to generate 500 new jobs by the year 2017-18.


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