All sub-registry offices must be located on the ground floor or have elevators

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Decision for the benefit of persons with disabilities; the move follows the instructions of the Minister of Registration

Decision for the benefit of persons with disabilities; the move follows the instructions of the Minister of Registration

Thirty-three of the sub-registry offices across the state, which currently do not operate from the ground floor, would soon be equipped with elevators or moved to the ground floor, to benefit people disabilities. Of the total 575 sub-registry offices across the state, only 539 are located on the ground floor. Of the 36 others, three have an elevator. Thirty-one and two other sub-registry offices are located on the first and second floors respectively. The 17 of these 31 sub-registry offices operate from private buildings and “would be moved to the ground floor within a week”, while the remaining 16 sub-registry offices which operate from government buildings would soon be installed with elevators, a statement official said. The communication from the Secretary of the Department of Commercial Taxes and Registration indicates that the decision to move all the offices of the sub-registry to the ground floor or to install them with elevators was taken after instruction from the Minister of registration. The instruction from the Minister of Registration followed an advice from the Chief Minister that all Sub-Registrar offices should be accessible to persons with disabilities.

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