News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu
Published by: charisma chib
Updated Thu, 10 Jun 2021 6:53 PM IST
RTO Jammu reduced the number of slots for caution amid Corona.
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The process of making driving license (DL), which was interrupted for about a month due to Corona curfew, has started again. From May 31, the process of online application for license has been started in the Regional Transport Office (RTO) Jammu. To take precautions amid the pandemic, 600 licenses are now being made in the prescribed three days a week, whereas in normal circumstances the number used to be 900.
In order that there is not much crowd of people, every day out of the scheduled days in the office, now instead of 300, 200 people are being called for trial. RTO Jammu is conducting trial for driving license in Khanpur, Nagrota and Navral on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in Jammu week.
During the Corona curfew, work has been affected in RTO Jammu for 28 days, in which the process of making license was stalled for 12 days. Around three thousand driving licenses were stuck during this period. Most of the pendency has been cleared so far by the resumption of this process from May 31. With this, priority is being given to the remaining applicants.
The process of making a driving license is in progress. First the pendency is being cleared. Three days a week have been fixed for making DL, for which trials are being held in Navral, Khanpur and Nagrota. In such a situation, a lot of remaining driving licenses have been cleared. Dhanantar Singh, RTO, Jammu