JPN’s mobile bus programme in Song receives encouraging response from local residents

Some of the residents in Song district registering for the identity card during the two-day JPN mobile bus programme. (Photo credit: Ukas).

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KUCHING, Aug 27: The National Registration Department (JPN) two-day mobile bus programme in Song has received encouraging response from local residents.

According to a news report from Sarawak Public Communication Unit (Ukas) today, JPN Sarawak senior registration officer Belayong Layang said the programme which started on Aug 26 has helped the local residents, especially in making a replacement for their damaged identity card, birth registration as well as many other services provided by the department.

“To date (Aug 27), we have received more than 25 applications for identity card replacement and over 20 late birth registration, including the identity card application from those aged 12 years,” he said when met during the programme today.

Meanwhile, during the two days programme, JPN also provided a ‘Mobile Ehsan’ unit to cater for those disabled besides bed ridden individuals and the elderly. — DayakDaily