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Coimbatore

Online facility to share accident papers, lodge lost document plaints

Covai Post Network

The Tamil Nadu police has introduced two online services where citizens can share road accident case documents and also report about lost documents.

The facilities through eservices.tnpolice.gov.in are aimed at enhancing services for the people, City Police Commissioner A Amalraj said.

“This facility is being launched to help road accident victims get their insurance claims settled expeditiously. The user will get access to the documents based on their mobile numbers registered with police during the course of investigation. A nominal fee of Rs 10 per document is payable online,” he added.

The facility to report the loss of documents like passport, driving licence, certificates, etc is to simplify the process of lodging complaints with the police.

“The user would be authenticated based on the One Time Password sent to their mobile numbers. Any one of the government issued photo IDs like PAN, Aadhar needs to be uploaded for identification. A provision has been given on the website to verify the genuineness of the lost document by the document-issuing authorities,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) M Durai.

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