As per the latest vision of Modi Sarkar for making India – A Digital Country, there are loads of changes that all the departments of government are going through. Recently, the media sources have claimed that Indian Traffic Authorities have announced that the Digi-documents are now acceptable. Ministry of Affairs in India has made an announcement that citizens no longer have to carry the hard copies of the license, Insurance, and RCs (Registration Certificates). The word has been spreading like fire in India. The country is really getting transformed into a digital one.
With the best interest of citizens, the authorities have circulated a new rule among all the traffic authorities in India stating the acceptance of the digital copies of the licenses, insurance, and registration certificates. This is a new revolution of young India under the rule of Modi Sarkaar.
When PM Narendra Modi was appointed, he assured that his vision of making the nation a digital one will come to true. Well! we know nothing how far his vision goes, but presently, the changing scenarios are quite amusing. It seems as if India is on the way of its reborn as one of the tech-savvy nations in the world.
Here is the Catch – Digilocker – The New Trend of New India
DigiLocker is both a website and a mobile app. This is basically a digital locker that is used for storing your documents. As per the official announcement, the traffic police is told to consider the digital copies of license, insurance, and RC stored in Digilocker. This new rule eliminates the need for one to carry physical copies of the documents.
This is one of the keys in the lock of opening the new wings for India towards digitization.
In DigiLocker you can upload a scanned copy of your documents in any format you like (pdf, jpeg, or even png). Here, you can also e-sign the uploaded documents for self-attestation.
DigiLocker the new fish in the market that has eliminated the need of carrying physical documents like license, RC, and insurance. Indian traffic department now accepts the DigiLocker copies of these documents.