The Delhi government on Monday rolled out doorstep delivery of public services through which the residents of the national capital will get delivery of various documents including driving license, marriage certificate and ration card at the doorstep.
Speaking at the launching event, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that the initiative will bring about a "revolutionary change in governance."
"Today is a historic day. This will bring a revolutionary change in governance. It is historic not just for the Delhi government, for the people of this city or even for the country, I believe today is historic for the whole world as this experiment is unique," CM Kejriwal said.
"This is a small, but a concrete step towards our goal, but like it has been announced, next month we will start 30 more services and an additional 30 in a few more months. However, we will not be restricted to 100 services; eventually, all of the governance will be available at people's doorsteps. No one will have to come to us, we will go to them," he informed.
As many as 40 different services, including the issuance of learner's and permanent driver's license, installation of new water connection, issuance of Caste Certificates for SC/ST/OBC categories, etc will now be available at people's homes in the first phase.
Taking to its official Twitter handle, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) released figures from the first day of the service.