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Manipur: CM N Biren Singh launches online portal for Inner Line Permit system

For more details, one can log on to manipurilponline.com

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Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh on Thursday officially launched an online portal for an Inner Line Permit system in the state with immediate effect from February 14. The chief minister has been done to maintain transparency and accountability in the implementation of the ILP.

For more details, one can log on to manipurilponline.com

He says, “with the launch of an ILP web portal, the system will improve the efficiency and maintenance of records and documentation with a proper database.”

The portal also has a back-end facility for the home department where records of the applicants will be maintained, including the relevant details of the permits issued. N Biren informed the media that the online service would be initially operational at the Bir Tikendrajit International Airport in Imphal from Friday with six computer systems to generate the pass.

ILP was implemented on January 1, the State has so far issued 33,995 permits in a single month.

The portal would also be expanded in all the entry points where the ILP is being issued since January 1 and generate the pass after feeding the data digitally, he said.

There are seven ILP entry points at Imphal Airport, Mao in Senapati, Jiribam, Jessami in Ukhrul, Moreh in Tengnoupal, Behiang and Sinzawl in Churachandpur district.

The online service would be available for temporary permits.

Applicants seeking for this permit can make necessary payment online after they get clearance permission from the authorities and pre-print their permits before they arrive in the state.

And those applicants who fall under the other three permits, namely regular permits, special permits and labour permits, would be able to submit the necessary details and documents online.

There are seven ILP entry points at Imphal Airport, Mao in Senapati, Jiribam, Jessami in Ukhrul, Moreh in Tengnoupal, Behiang and Sinzawl in Churachandpur district.

Permits will only be provided if proper documentation is submitted and approved by the competent authority.

From March 1 the portal will comprise an online interface where the intending visitors or travellers to Manipur can apply online for ILP. A mobile app will soon be made available to enable applications to access ILP services through mobile phones.

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