Now, no NOC is required for registry in Punjab, announces CM Bhagwant Mann

Rozana Spokesman

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Now, people won't be required to provide with the NOC for registry in Punjab.

Now, no NOC is required for registry in Punjab, announces CM Bhagwant Mann

NOC for Registry in Punjab: In a major development, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Tuesday announced that the NOC (No Objection Certificate) will no longer be required for the registry in the state. 

Taking to 'X', formerly known as Twitter, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann said, "The condition of NOC on all types of registries will end in Punjab... details soon." 

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann-led state government has been consistently offering new relief to the people every day to ease the struggles faced at government offices and bureaucratic hurdles. 

Recently, the Chief Minister announced through his official Twitter handle that the condition of obtaining a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for all kinds of registries in Punjab is coming to an end.

This move is aimed at ensuring that people no longer have to face hassles and corruption when dealing with government offices. The Chief Minister's proactive approach signals a commitment to streamlining processes and making them more citizen-friendly.

This announcement comes as a significant step towards simplifying bureaucratic procedures, providing a sigh of relief to the residents of Punjab. The state government's focus on eliminating unnecessary hurdles in dealing with official matters aligns with its goal of creating a more efficient and accessible governance system for the people.

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