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Uttarakhand to Simplify Residential Proof Process for Permanent Residents

In a significant move, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami announced on Saturday that permanent residents of Uttarakhand will no longer require additional residential proof. The state government, under Dhami’s leadership, is set to introduce policy changes, streamlining the residency verification process for its citizens. The Chief Minister emphasized that this decision comes in response to a longstanding demand from residents, aiming to simplify and centralize the proof of residence for permanent residents.

Single Proof of Residence for Permanent Residents

Addressing reporters, Chief Minister Dhami highlighted the government’s commitment to fulfilling the demand for a more straightforward residency verification process. Under the upcoming policy changes, individuals holding domicile certificates will no longer need any additional proof of residence. This move aims to restore a system where a single proof of residence, in the form of a domicile certificate, suffices for permanent residents, simplifying bureaucratic processes for the citizens.

Formation of High-Level Committee for Policy Drafting

Chief Minister Dhami outlined the procedural steps for the implementation of this policy change. A high-level committee will soon be established to draft the new policy, ensuring a comprehensive and effective approach to the simplified residency verification process. This committee is expected to work towards balancing the ease of documentation for citizens with the government’s need for accurate and reliable records.

Progress on Uniform Civil Code (UCC) and Land Law Committee Recommendations

Additionally, CM Dhami informed the public about the government’s progress on other fronts. The Uttarakhand Cabinet has already given approval to recommendations put forth by the five-member panel tasked with preparing a draft for the rollout of the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in the state. While awaiting the detailed report from the committee, the government is moving forward with these approvals, showcasing its commitment to legal reforms and addressing the broader concerns of the state’s residents.

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