The Gujarat government is putting a lot of effort into working on faceless technology. The aim of creating this user passage through faceless technology in administrative works is to curb corruption. On the celebration of five years completion of the Rupani Government, this announcement was made by the chief minister. Rupani mentioned, ‘Gujrat is on the verge of expanding its internet services to the rural areas of the state under the BharatNet Project.
Earlier ‘Seva-Setu’ programs were conducted at the taluka level to help citizens get benefits from various government schemes. Now the same program has been shifted online as ‘e-Seva-Setu’ offering services through technology. Rupani highlighted his vision of curbing and decreasing corruption to the maximum possible extent. For this purpose, the state government is all set to move towards the usage of technology for creating a faceless system. In this regard, the Gujarat government recently made no-agriculture land pertaining services online. With this other services like e-tenders release for mines and minerals has also helped in reducing corruption.