Chennai Regional Passport Seva office is developing the application for the police verification. Previously getting the passport is the hardest thing faced by most of the people. Regional passport officers are making the right moves in enhancing the things to receive the passport in mean time.

Nowadays the applying for the passport is made easy by the passport authorities. After submitting the application at the Passport Seva office and next is police verification. Now this process is made comfortable to the users.

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According to the latest news, Chennai Regional officers are developing the mobile application for this instant police verification. With this improvement, the verification process becomes faster; this app is developed based on the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS). All the police stations have to update and track the details in the CCTNS. Regional Passport Officer K Balamurugan also said during the announcement on Tuesday.

He also said that there are some issues between the Regional Passport Office (RPO) and the Tamil Nadu police department that are being ironed out.

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The person who involved in this project is Seema Agarwal, Additional Director General of Police, said that status of the application is in conceptual stage now.

On the basis of Jana Mahiti Report-2016, prepared by the Bengaluru-based NGO notified that 38.18 lakh was paid as bribe to policemen across the country to get verification done. These statistics are between years 2010 and 2014.

After the arrival of this application, we can expect the major changes in the verification process. Balamurugan also said these all measures are introduced to reduce the time in getting the passport and in issuing the passports to the applicants as part of the Centre’s re-engineering of e-governance.

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With this update, RPO is getting the positive response from the people. RPO made the right initiative and as Police verification slowed down the whole process in issuing the passport.