Haryana starts issuing NOC to go abroad on line

May 03, 2017 10:29 AM

Punjab News Express
CHANDIGARH: With a view to facilitate persons going abroad, the Haryana Government has decided that applications for No Objection Certificate and No Obligation to Return to India Certificate would now be submitted online. Superintendent of Police and Deputy Commissioner concerned would submit their report after carrying out investigation within one week of receipt of application for certificate on the HarSamay portal.

Additional Chief Secretary, Home Department, Mr. Ram Niwas, who was interacting with media persons here today, said that proposal to install jammer in Gurugram Jail had been sent for approval.

He said that discussion on establishment of Police Mitra booths in more than 300 police stations would be held during a review meeting of Haryana Police Housing Corporation to be held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, on May 3. Educated persons would be recruited to man these booths under the Outsourcing Policy to provide a friendly atmosphere to the complainants. Paralegal volunteers would provide free legal aid in the booths.

Mr. Ram Niwas said that proposed recruitments in Police Department would be carried out as per new rules in a transparent manner. A roadmap is being prepared for recruitment in Police Department, he added.

Replying to a question regarding reforms in the Department, he said that different steps have been undertaken to carry out reforms in jails and the transfers done today were a part of this.

He assured that innocent people would not be unnecessarily disturbed during police action being taken in parks, markets, colleges and other public places in the State under Operation Durga. "Strict action would be taken against any Police personnel found targetting innocent people on pretext of Operation Durga," he added.

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