Mangaluru: Identity cards, trade licenses to be issued for street vendors from Sep 19 to 30


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (DV)
With Inputs from Media Release

Mangaluru, Sep 16: “Street vendors’ survey programmes have been organised within the Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) limits. Identity cards and street vending trade licenses will be issued to the street vendors within the MCC limits from September 19 to 30 during the course of the survey,” informed MCC commissioner Akshy Sridhar in a press release here on Thursday September 16.

The release also stated that following the directives of the Supreme Court to implement Street Vendors Policy, the union ministry of law and justice, government of India has passed Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014 and the Karnataka Government has issued Karnataka Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Rules 2020.


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Correspondingly, Support to Urban Street Vendors (SUSV) is set up under the ‘Deen Dayal Antyodyaya Yojana - National Urban Livelihood Campaign’.

As per SUSV guidelines, street vendors’ survey programmes have been organised within the MCC limits. Identity cards and Street Vending trade licenses will be issued to the street vendors within the MCC limits.

During the survey, all the street vendors are requested to compulsorily produce their ration card, voter ID, Aadhar card, PAN card, driving license, bank pass book, documents of registration under street vendors’ organisation. Original and photo copies of Covid-19 vaccination certificate and QR code generated for digital transaction, mobile number linked to Aadhar card, photograph of the place where the trade is being conducted, family photograph and their passport size photographs are also required to be produced.

All street vendors are hereby informed to pay Rs 50 as registration fees and receive appropriate receipt from the surveyor, the press release stated.

 

 

 

  

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  • Wilfred, Karanataka

    Fri, Sep 17 2021

    It should be in relaxed manner, some police and authorities may miss use and exploit the poor vendors for money and also it encourage mini sized corruption.

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  • PRAVEEN HEGDE, MANGALORE

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    THIS IS ANOTHER WAY OF MAKING MONEY AND LOOT THE POOR PEOPLE. BJP GOVT ALWAYS GENERATE THE REVENEW AND SAME TIME FILLING POCKETS MCC OFFICIALS. FEW MONTHS BACK IT WAS A TREND FOR PROPERTY CARD,

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  • Anilkumar, Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    This vote bank creation policy is going to cause nu-sense to public. Street vendors will assume that whole lot of city is given to them free for putting up shops and carts anywhere, in font of gates in residential area, public places, etc. just because of the license they hold. How will the Govt take care of this. With little bribe, the vendors will get license easily.

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  • Ozy, Surathkal

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    You will not give free. And every year charge renewal fee. Anything you get make money.

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  • Sunil, Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    When everything is linked like Aadhaar Pan

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  • Jeevan, Kudlaa

    Thu, Sep 16 2021

    Good move. Cycle puncture shop is included or not ?

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