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Mumbai: The people of Maharashtra might soon do away with long queue and receive birth certificates, land documents and other important papers online as the state government plans to provide various services via internet.
The Information Technology Department of the government has proposed a Maharashtra Mandatory Electronic Delivery of Public Service Act 2010 to promote e-services to the citizens.
Maharashtra government plans to make it mandatory for all state departments to provide various online services.
"This will be the first such Act being formulated in the country and would provide government services online to the public," Principal Secretary of Information Technology Department, Ajay Bhushan Pandey told PTI.
Along with online services the citizens would also have choices to opt for the earlier manual system, Pandey said.
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