The CHB will no longer accept physical forms for online services from July 1

CHB’s announcement came without any clarity on the details of the online services referred to.

The Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) announced on Friday that it will no longer accept physical forms from July 1 for services already offered online.

However, the announcement came without any clarity on the details of the services referred to. The CHB has only stated that it is providing all its services through its website –

In a statement, the council said applications for several services can be submitted through electronic services on the website. Therefore, physical requests for these services will not be accepted.

But a desk has been set up at the CHB office to help those who do not have the facility to apply online. The council also said that at the time of requesting the service there was no need to submit original property documents and only self-attested photocopies will suffice.

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