Driving license info from 2006 goes online
Jammu, Feb 13: Particulars of driving licenses issued from 2006 onwards by RTOs/ARTOs of Jammu, Kathua, Srinagar, Rajouri, Udhampur and Leh are available on official website viz parivahan.nic.in.
In a statement, the Transport Commissioner and Chairman, State Transport Authority Jammu and Kashmir, Mehraj Ahmed Kakroo said the interested persons can know the details of their driving licenses by accessing the website.
Meanwhile, the Transport Department, has also started a process of creating computerized data base of the driving licensees of past 15 years. The statement said particulars of the driving licenses issued by ARTO Doda, Kupwara and Poonch of some years are available on the official website of transport department viz.http://jaktrans.nic.in.
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