India to issue e-Passports, reduce time taken for police verification2 min read 24 Jun 2022, 05:05 PM IST
‘As we commemorate the Passport Seva Divas on 24th June this year, we continue our commitment to deliver the next level of citizen experience,’ said MEA S Jaishankar.
According to S Jaishankar, minister of external affairs, the Central government is working to implement e-Passports to facilitate easier international travel, provide protection against identity theft, and enhance data security. Jaishankar spoke at the Passport Seva Divas to reiterate the government's dedication to enhancing the citizen experience and public service.
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