Introduction of e-stamp in Meghalaya.

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In a move to strengthen the aspect of digitalisation, the State Government decided to introduce e- stamps. Now people don’t have to either stand in a queue or run to designated places to get non-judicial stamps as it will be just a click away.
The cabinet on Wednesday approved the proposal for the introduction of e-stamp in the state.
According to Deputy Chief Minister, Prestone Tynsong, procurement of non-judicial stamps all these years have been done offline where people can buy from the post office, banks, and other designated places.
“This time, we decided that e-stamp be started in the state as this will ease people from far and near to go online,”Tynsong said.
In his social media account, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma wrote, “Due to the inherent shortcomings present in the existing method of collection of Stamp Duty by means of Non-judicial Stamp papers, e-Stamp Services will be introduced in the State.”