Registration of new MPs begins after the results of Lok Sabha elections, many facilities will be available

Ananya Shroff
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New DelhiAfter the results of the Lok Sabha elections, the new Lok Sabha has started taking shape. The registration of newly elected members has started at the help desk run by the Lok Sabha Secretariat for the registration of new members. For this, digital registration desks have been provided by the Lok Sabha Secretariat. According to sources in the Secretariat, 55 elected members have registered themselves at this desk in the last two days. These include members from all parts of the country.

20 digital registration counters have been set up for the registration of members of the 18th Lok Sabha. The process is completely paperless and technology-based. It includes everything from opening members' accounts in the Parliament-based bank to taking their biometric identification from their personal information and details. The process will be open from 8 am to 8 pm on June 14, including Saturdays and Sundays.

To assist the honourable members coming from different parts of the country, the Lok Sabha Secretariat has set up guide posts at airports and railway stations. Apart from these, temporary accommodation facilities will be provided to the members in Western Court Annexe/Hostel and buildings/Guest Houses of States/Union Territories. A computerised system has been developed for this. Along with this, a CGHS medical post has also been prepared for these members, which will work round the clock.

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