NEW DELHI: Documents such as driving licence or registration certificate in electronic formats will be treated at par with original documents if stored on DigiLocker or mParivahan apps, the government said on Friday. “If documents are not available on mParivahan or DigiLocker then they will not be treated as legally recognised at par with the original documents,” the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said in a statement. The ministry issued a detailed standard operating procedure (SOP) for the acceptance of transport-related documents presented in electronic form. It said the ministry had amended the Central Motor Vehicles Rules in November 2018, enabling documents such as registration certificate (RC), insurance, fitness and permit, driving licence (DL), pollution-under-control certificate (PUC) and any other relevant documents to be accepted in electronic form. “With this revision of rules, it is now not necessary for people to carry the relevant paper documents. “However, for the electronic documents to be treated as legally recognised at a par with the original documents as per the provisions of the Information Technology Act, 2000, it is necessary that they are available on DigiLocker or mParivahan app carried by the user,” the statement said. The mParivahan mobile app is being… Read full this story
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