June 15, 2019 10:31 PM

New Delhi  (Face2News) 

Haryana Public Works Minister, Rao Narbir Singh said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal, the State Government has taken major steps in the field of IT and digital and work on various schemes in this area is under progress, which will make the work of government much easier.

DigiTech Conclave-2019 

He was addressing the DigiTech Conclave-2019 organized at New Delhi today.

Referring to the digital revolution brought by the State Government, Rao Narbir Singh said that in the direction of the Digital India Program, the Haryana Government wants to provide citizens with Paperless, Cashless and Faceless government and in this direction, many unique and effective initiatives have been implemented.

In the field of cashless, the Haryana Government is in full support of the efforts of Cashless Payments, Cashless Society of the Government of India. We have achieved the target of more than 100 per cent digital transaction in the financial year 2017-18. He said that according to Digidhan Dashboard in the financial year 2018-19, Haryana is at second number in the country in the field of big states in digital transaction payments. Web portals of many departments have been linked with the cashless portal to provide online payment facility to citizens, he added.

Rao Narbir Singh said that Haryana is the first state in the area of Faceless, which has launched online delivery of 484 schemes and services from a single platform. CM dashboard has been set up for monitoring of various departments. The problems of citizens are being resolved through CM window.

The Minister said that 390 services of 33 departments of the State Government have been linked with the Haryana Real Time Automated Feedback System. The State Planning Department is going to create a Unique Family ID for all citizens, which will enable the Government Departments to provide facilities to the citizens. He said that the State Government has developed the Harpath App to provide pothole free roads to people. Of the total 1.15 lakh complaints received on the Harpath App, 80 per cent have been resolved.

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