According to PTI, The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways of the centre has issued a notification to states regarding that the vehicle owner need not carry his driving license or the original vehicle papers, one can present it to the authorities through the e-Copies such as DigiLocker or mParivahan using their smartphones.
According to the ministry, the electric platforms like DigiLocker or mParivahan can be assumed valid under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
The traffic ministry has ordered the traffic police to not to ask for vehicle original papers, registration documents or license, one can present it through e-copies as the online database is made available by the advanced IT technologies. The traffic personnel can scan the QR code and can receive the entire information of the vehicle.
Rash driving, skipping the traffic signal cases are registered, original papers are seized many times, these papers get misplaced by the traffic personnel and its become tough for the vehicle owner to get back the vehicle papers, hence the idea of e-Copies might turn fruitful for the traffic personnel as well as for the commoners.