Digilocker services now available on WhatsApp; check details

Digilocker service has now been made available on WhatsApp through MyGov Helpdesk. After the launch of this service, users will now be able to download Digilocker documents like PAN card, driving license and vehicle registration certificate etc. directly from WhatsApp.

Some time ago we informed you that a new feature is coming soon on WhatsApp, through which DigiLocker documents can be accessed. Now finally this feature has been made available on WhatsApp. With the introduction of this feature, now users can directly access their essential documents like PAN card, driving license and vehicle registration through WhatsApp. Let’s know how-

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) informed on Monday that Digilocker service has now been made available on WhatsApp through MyGov Helpdesk. After the launch of this service, users will now be able to download Digilocker documents like PAN card, driving license and vehicle registration certificate etc. directly from WhatsApp.

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Digilocker services Documents Through WhatsApp

If you also want to access Digilocker documents through WhatsApp, then you have to follow some easy steps. Let’s know step-by-step this whole process
First of all, save the number +91 9013151515 in your smartphone.

After this, you will have to WhatsApp by writing ‘Hi’ on this number.

In reply to this message, you will be asked which service you want to use COWIN or DigiLocker.

To access Digilocker documents, you need to type and send Digilocker.

After this an OTP will come on your Aadhaar registered number.

Complete your verification by entering -OTP.

After this you will be able to access your Digilocker documents. However, you will have to repeat the OTP process once again to download the documents.

You can access these documents
-Pan Card
-driving license
-Vehicle Registration Certificate
-10th CBSE Certification
-10th marksheet
-12th marksheet

Let us tell you, the government started the MyGov Corona helpdesk service in the year 2020 during the Corona period. These services were introduced at that time to access COVID-19 documents. However, it was later renamed to MyGov Helpdesk. At the same time, Digilocker has also been added to this service.

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