50 more buildings to house BangaloreOne centres

50 more buildings to house BangaloreOne centres

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday said there will be at least one BangaloreOne centre in each ward for the convenience of public.

Siddaramaiah was speaking after inaugurating 50 more BangaloreOne buildings in the City. 

He said the State government is committed to take many citizen-friendly initiatives and dedicating buildings for the BangaloreOne centres is a step in this direction.

He added that 111 services are presently being provided through these centres including the payment of property taxes, voter ID, Aadhaar card, telephone bills, birth and death certificates, payment of water and electricity bills and so on.

The buildings, which have been inaugurated on Wednesday, will be transferred to the e-Governance Department to set up BangaloreOne centres, said the chief minister.

On the occasion, Administrator T M Vijay Bhaskar handed over documents pertaining to the 50 buildings to the secretary in the e-Governance department. With this, 97 buildings have been handed over to the e-Governance department in the recent past.

The BangaloreOne centres have been very much beneficial for the public and more and more services will be added, said the Administrator.

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