Driving license: 60 will reach home
Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) has taken an initiative to reduce the suffering of the public about the driving license. The organization will deliver licenses to people's homes from now to build a smart Bangladesh.
It will cost only 60 rupees.
It is known that when the license process is completed, the customer will be notified through SMS on the mobile phone. BRTA will then deliver the important card to his address through the postal department.
A fee of 60 taka has been fixed for the cost of sending SMS to the postal department. This fee will be deducted along with other service charges at the time of driving license application.
BRTA will start providing this service from January 17. Customer has to spend only 60 rupees to get the card.
On Sunday (January 15), the chairman of the organization Noor Mohammad Majumdar and the director of the postal department Harunur Rashid signed the agreement on the related issues at the BRTA building in the capital.
Nur Mohammad Majumder spoke to the media about this later. He said, this step has been taken to build a smart Bangladesh. Apart from this, the process of delivering licenses to customers' homes is being started to eliminate the violence of brokers.
He also said that if the license does not reach home within the specified time for any reason, copies can be collected from BRTA's website. It will have a barcode. As a result, law enforcement agencies can also identify its authenticity.
Roads and Bridges Secretary ABM Amin Ullah Noori, Bangladesh Passenger Welfare Association Secretary General Mozammel Haque Chowdhury were present on the occasion.