Hyderabad Police Launches An Online System For Issuing Licences In The City

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Hyderabad Police Launches An Online System For Issuing Licences In The City

We’ve all heard how difficult it can be to obtain a licence. In this world where you can get almost everything online, we have all at some point wished to get licences online too. Well, it looks like God has granted this wish for Hyderabadis. The Hyderabad police have launched an online system for issuing licences in the city. Here are the details.

Online Licence Issuing System By Hyderabad Police

CV Anand, Hyderabad Police Commissioner, launched an online system for issuing licences. With this, the issuance of entertainment and amusement licences will be quick and hassle-free. This is now possible through the newly redesigned Hyderabad City Police website. A launch event was organised by the city police.

At the launch event, the commissioner explained how the new online licensing system is connected to the Hyderabad state government’s EODB policy. EODB is the Ease of Doing Business policy of the state. Telangana ranks among the top states in the World Bank and the Indian government’s Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) rankings.

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A New System For The Public

The new system, according to CV Anand, will reduce complaints about public annoyance, blocked traffic, and other associated issues. On the occasion, he also relaunched the Hyderabad City Police’s newly redesigned website.

 He also advised people to go to the Hyderabad police website to submit an online licence application. He explained how this new system brings in licensing facilities for people in an easy manner. People can fill out the application form’s details and upload them with the necessary documents. The licence will be sent to the person through email.

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