Gujarat govt launches e-FIR | facility for vehicle, mobile phone thefts

 Ahmedabad, Jun 8 (PTI) The Gujarat government on Wednesday declared that individuals can now enlist an "e-FIR" utilizing the state home division's site or versatile application to report the robbery of their vehicles or cell phones.

Gujarat govt launches e-FIR | facility for vehicle, mobile phone thefts

Gujarat govt dispatches e-FIR | office for a vehicle, cell phone robberies

Individuals can now enlist an e-FIR from their homes utilizing the state home division's site or resident gateway "" or the "Resident First Gujarat Police" versatile application, as opposed to going to a police headquarters, as indicated by an authority.

Rather than visiting a police headquarters, individuals can now enroll an e-FIR from their home through the resident gateway "" or through the "Resident First Gujarat Police" portable application, an authority said.

The office is just accessible for cases, in which the charges are unidentified and there was no utilization of power, he said.

Subsequent to transferring required subtleties on the site or the application, complainants will be sent an affirmation through SMS and email, following which the application will be sent to the concerned police headquarters, the authority said.

A senior authority of a police headquarters will be expected to dole out the primer examination to his subordinate official in something like 24 hours of getting the objection, he said, adding that the complainant will be cautioned through SMS once the test is relegated.

The examination official should meet the complainant and check the realities referenced in the e-FIR in something like 48 hours and send his report to the police headquarters in control, he said.

The station in control will record an FIR on the off chance that the subtleties referenced in the e-FIR are viewed as veritable by the examination official. On the off chance that a necessary move isn't made on an application in no less than five days, the state government will make a move against authorities liable for it, the authority said. PTI PJT ARU

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