Through the Citizen app, Bluebook renewals and revenue payments can now be made online.

    Kathmandu. From today, Bagmati Pradesh has made an arrangement to renew the Blue Book online. Renewal can be done online along with payment of revenue including vehicle tax and traffic fine.

    Chief Minister Dormani Poudel inaugurated the service on Friday in the state capital Hetauda. According to the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure Development, the program will be formally launched by presenting a test and demo of the services affiliated to the online system.

    Services provided through the Transportation Management Office and Service Office under the Ministry of Physical Infrastructure of the Bagmati State Government will now be available online through this system.

    This service can be availed from the website of the Ministry and Citizen App. For this, the state government has prepared separate transport management information system (TMIS).

    The service recipients can view the details of registration, renewal, penalty violation and arrears of revenue in the information system by themselves in the information system.

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    The state ministry had published the information that the system was implemented on July 8. But the system with full technical preparation and payment facility is finally ready.

    The “vehicle tax” feature has come through the latest update in the citizen app. Through which you can get the details of your vehicle, details of previous tax paid and tax due.

    Online payment options will also be added under the tax due from Friday.

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