The government has given its approval for the inclusion of security elements in the country’s electronic passport. Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Gyanendra Bahadur Karki offered his thoughts on a number of decisions made at the Council of Ministers meeting on Tuesday, including the adoption of security features for the e-passport, which was approved by the meeting.
In the form of an electronic microprocessor chip, the biometric passport provides identification. Following the announcement by Minister Karki, who serves as the government’s spokeswoman, the administration announced that it was prepared to introduce an e-passport in the near future.
Furthermore, the meeting resolved to accept the Employment permit system operation and management (first amendment) guidelines-2078 BS, which were also approved at the meeting.