The push to elevate the Passport Service Center in Udaipur to the status of a Regional Passport Office is steadily gaining attention. On Wednesday October 4, 2023, a significant number of local business owners joined forces to send postcards addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressing their collective endorsement of this demand. In addition to the business community's involvement, on Thursday October 5, 2023, auto drivers responsible for ferrying tourists to and from Udaipur will also participate in this campaign by writing postcards.
It is worth noting that numerous prominent organizations have consistently voiced their support for the establishment of a regional passport office in Udaipur.This growing momentum indicates a rising sentiment among various sectors of the local population in favor of enhancing passport services in Udaipur, potentially making it more accessible and convenient for residents and tourists alike.
On the other hand, Manish Mehta, the Chief of Shiv Dal Mewar, is currently conducting a postcard campaign with the aim of improving the passport office. Businessmen residing in the vicinity of Ramapura intersection, Subhash Chandra Bose intersection, Dudhiya Ganeshji, and the 80 Feet Road area have collectively sent postcards addressed to the Prime Minister in support of this initiative.
The Hotel Association has also joined the protest, with Rajesh Agrawal, the Vice President of the Association, stating that Udaipur is a significant city in the region. It has an airport that connects it to various parts of the country. Given future requirements, there is a distinct need for a regional passport office in Udaipur. Agrawal has officially requested the establishment of a regional passport office in Udaipur through the Narendra Modi app. The local community strongly believes that Udaipur deserves its fair allocation of resources. It is hoped that the central government will consider the plea for announcing the establishment of a regional passport office, taking into account the concerns and needs of the region's residents, well in advance of the upcoming legislative elections.