CSCs will be able to purchase stamp papers at reasonable prices.

The UP government updated the e-stamping laws on Friday . The online stamp paper will now be available at common services centers (jan suvidha kendras) and fair price shops .

Lucknow (Long Branch): The UP government updated the e-stamping laws on Friday, taking another step toward improving public facilities, particularly in rural areas.The rules have been revised for individuals who must travel long distances to buy stamp papers.The online stamp paper will now be available at common services centers (jan suvidha kendras) and fair price shops.On July 13, 2013, the United States Department of Public Administration (UP), shortly after the state government had appointed Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited as its central record-keeping body, introduced the concept of e-stamps.

The stamp and registration department has only granted license to 6,452 vendors in the United States to provide e-stamps.However, with the change in legislation, not all fair price shops and common services centers throughout the United States will be able to provide e-stamps to customers.Officials said it would be a very beneficial move for people who had the only option of buying physical stamps from their local tehsil building or courthouse, according to Deputy Inspector General of Stamp and Registration, Lucknow.A buyer who purchases stamps online will have to provide his personal information at the ration shop or jan suvidha kendra.

The government asked us to take steps to ensure the safety of the general population, especially those in rural areas, by fair price shops and CSCs.We compared several choices and found that jan suvidha kendras and fair price shops had the necessary funds.According to a senior officer from the stamp and registration department, a proposal to sell e-stamp through these centres was sent to the government and was accepted recently.Property transactions and paying stamp duty to the government will be made paperless by using e-stamps.

Within three kilometers, there are raquette shops and CSCs.According to Raju Singh, pradhan of Narauli village in Fatehpur, it would be feasible to carry out transactions with this method.