MLA Kanani writes to Surat collector about issues related to income certificate

Surat: Varachha MLA Kishor Kanani (Kumar) has submitted a letter to the District Collector, demanding suitable arrangements to ensure that students of class 10 and 12 promptly receive the income certificates required for further studies. Kanani also alleges that agents are actively taking money from people to expedite the process of obtaining income certificates. Notably, people line up as early as 2 o’clock in the morning to obtain samples, and the process of providing tokens takes 3-4 days.

MLA Kumar Kanani, known for addressing various public issues through letters, has urged the Surat Collector to make appropriate arrangements for the income certificate. Kanani has alleged collusion between agents and operators, resulting in the acceptance of money to expedite the processing of income certificate forms within 2 hours. Additionally, Kanani demands an alternative system to ensure the timely delivery of certificates to students before the announcement of class 10 and class 12 results.

According to Kanani, with the release of class 10 and class 12 results, students must fill out forms within a stipulated time for admission to further studies, requiring caste certificates and income proofs. However, a large number of people are already queuing at centers from 2 pm onwards. Limited tokens are distributed to those in line, leaving many frustrated. Kanani highlights the yearly recurrence of this situation and emphasizes the need for proactive measures to ensure the timely delivery of samples to students before result announcements.