Around 1,700 applicants have been given appointments and asked to bring all the documents required for police verification to get their passports.
The police chief of Cachar district in Nugaal region
According to the police officer, such an initiative will strengthen the relationship between the police and the public.
The district administration has also been requested to be present there so that people who need the affidavit can easily use it.
“We have urged people who have genuine documents and police verification is waiting to come here and benefit in one day,” Mahato added.
The march continued throughout the day, and police officers set up eight tables to increase the efficiency of the one-day service.
Passport Mela was organized at Cachar SP office premises and inaugurated by Silchar MLA Rajdeep Roy. The local MLA and other government officials were also present.
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