Government to Introduce E-Passport: What is it and How it WorksInfodeal users
According to the latest reports, citizens of India will soon get a biometric passport which was only given to government diplomats.
The passports will be equipped with biometric data, including facial pictures and fingerprints of the holder. The new passports will significantly ease passage through airports and seaports, as they will be accepted as proof of identity by authorities worldwide. The passports will be introduced soon, Sanjay Bhattacharyya, Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs, announced on Twitter. Bhattacharyya added that the new passports would significantly ease passage through airports and seaports, as they would be accepted as proof of identity by authorities worldwide.
to bring in the new e-passport. However, it seems the government has finally decided to go ahead with the plan. The India Security Press is a government-owned facility that prints passports for the Indian government. It is current.
The decision to join the ranks of some 150 countries, including the UK, Germany, Bangladesh, and others that issue biometric passports is welcome. India’s biometric passports have been in the pipeline for a while now, but the announcement comes at a good time. The world is gradually moving to biometric passports, which contain verified identity data collected from biometric data, such as fingerprints or facial scans. Most of the world’s passports are now biometric, including those of US citizens.