e-ILP portal launched, can track defaulters


Imphal: Persons who wish to enter Manipur can now apply online for Inner Line Permit by logging in to manipurilponline.mn.gov.in and get the permit from issuing centres at Imphal Airport, Mao Gate, Jiribam Railway station and Jiribam ILP exit counter after proper onsite verification.

Chief minister N. Biren Singh virtually launched e-ILP (Inner Line Permit) counters at Imphal, Jiribam and Mao in a function held at his secretariat on Thursday.

The online portal was developed by Cubeten Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

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The e-ILP platform has a comprehensive dashboard system that actively shows varied information such as number of people entering the state on a particular date and time, graphical break up based presentation of people visiting through different entry gates. The system is also enabled with automated generation of a defaulted list of people who have overstayed beyond the permitted number of days as per the permit.

“The new system would enable mobile tracking of defaulters and taking necessary action,” Biren said.

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The system would help in checking whether a person, who had entered the state with permit, had left or was still staying even after the expiration of permit duration, he added.

An Inner Line Permit Monitoring Cell with DIG (Intelligence) as chairman had been set up to ensure proper reading of entry and exit and to track over stay, he said.

The Inner Line Permit System was enforced in the state, considering its less population, to protect the identity of its people, he said.

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The e-ILP tracking system had been developed to mend the loopholes in the procedures adopted to issue the permit and its tracking system, he added.

The concerned authorities, at many instances, had found visitors staying beyond their permit duration without renewing it, the chief minister said.


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