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Home Ministry streamlines process for getting security clearance by MSOs

18-September-2014
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Home Ministry streamlines process for getting security clearance by MSOs

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has devised a new format for furnishing details in respect of applicant MSO companies and directors/ key executives of their companies for providing the requisite security clearance.

Since the final grant of permission to MSO applicants by the Home Ministry for operation in DAS notified areas is based on the security clearance received from the Ministry, all MSO applicants, including those who are yet to get the necessary permission, are required henceforth to furnish the information as per the revised format prescribed by the MHA.

Moreover, as per the MHA guidelines, the approval/ permission/ license granted will also be liable to be cancelled in the event of withdrawal of security clearance by MHA.

In order to clarify all doubts, the applicant companies have been requested to attend the open house meetings being organised by the MHA every Tuesday at 11 am. 

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