Home Minister launched e-FIR system of Gujarat Police for vehicle and mobile thefts
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched the e-FIR system of Gujarat Police for vehicle and mobile thefts in Gandhinagar on 23 July.
With the introduction of e-FIR, citizens will not need to go to the police station to register a complaint of vehicle and mobile theft.
People can file an online FIR.
The concerned police will reach out to the complainant within 48 hours of receiving the complaint.
The police have been given a stipulated time frame within which it will be necessary to resolve the complaints.
The complainant will also be informed through email/SMS about the progress made in the registration and investigation of this online complaint.
The police will complete the investigation within 21 days and send a report to the court.
Failure to do so will result in action being taken against the concerned police personnel.
The Government of Gujarat launched Citizen First Mobile App, Citizen Portal in 2019 to enable the citizens of the state to access police services online using the e-GujCop database.
It was launched by the former Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi in 2013.
It is an application database of crime and criminal information developed by Home Department, Government of Gujarat for crime prevention and crime detection.
About Gujarat State
Formation - 1 May 1960
Gujarat is also known as 'The Land of Legends'.
The Gir Forest National Park in Gujarat is home to the only wild population of Asiatic Lions in the world.
Gujarat is the main producer of cotton, tobacco and groundnut in the country.
Garba is the main traditional dance of Gujarat.
Lothal was the ancient city of Gujarat where India's first port was established.
Governor- Acharya Devvrat
Chief Minister- Bhupendrabhai Patel (BJP)
Rajya Sabha seats- 11
Lok Sabha seats- 26
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