'Jeewan Citizens Service Centre' in Jama Masjid area

New Delhi: A 'Jeewan Citizens Service Centre' was inaugurated in Jama Masjid area by Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit under Bhagidari plan. The Centre will be run and managed by Shahjahanabad Welfare Society. This Centre will be helpful to the local people in meeting their requirements in getting birth, death, income tax, caste and other certificates from municipal and government departments, forms for different government schemes, booking and getting rail and plane tickets, depositing of income tax returns, water, electricity and telephone bills, opening of bank account, deposit and withdrawal of money from banks, LIC premium payment and more than thirty other services. People, particularly office employees, need not have to make rounds of government offices many times for getting their work done. The Chief Minister said while speaking on this occasion that these facilities under Bhagidari Scheme have been initiated to make the work of people easier. All these jobs will be done at one place and under one roof. This, she said, is a new beginning. Prepared by Delhi government's Information Technology Department, this is the 250th Centre of this kind in Delhi. Many local dignitaries, MLAs, concerned government and Corporation and Bhagidari officials were present on this occasion.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 December 2009 on page no. 19

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