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Chandigarh Passport Seva Kendra resumes its services with 50% staff capacity

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Chandigarh Passport Seva Kendra resumes its services with 50% staff capacity

Chandigarh Passport Seva Kendra resumes its services with 50% staff capacity

Appointments for passport-related services restarted in Chandigarh from May 26.

Chandigarh Passport Seva Kendra is functioning with 50% staff capacity.

Applicants are advised to reach the office only 30 minutes prior to the appointment.

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