Bengaluru police to develop app to keep track of foreigners, other tenants | Bengaluru News – Times of India

BENGALURU: City police are developing a mobile app to collect details of tenants, especially foreigners and people from other states, from landlords.
Once the app is ready, landlords will have to upload documents such as visa, passport and rental agreement collected from such tenants.
Foreigners have to mandatorily provide these documents, while landlords too should compulsorily collect the same. Police plan to monitor these tenants through the software they are developing. “Foreign nationals staying in the city should intimate FRRO about their address and other details.
Also, house owners should provide details of their foreigner tenants to police through the tenant-verification process. But these things are not happening as expected. So, we are developing a software that will help in updating the whereabouts of foreign nationals,” Bengaluru city police commissioner Kamal Pant said.
According to sources, the mobile application will be available for landlords to easily upload or update information about their tenants. The application will have separate heads for foreign nationals, people from other states and those from within Karnataka. Landlords will have to upload valid ID proof of their tenants from Karnataka and other states in the application.

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