Aadhaar Card: Aadhaar card has become an essential document for every Indian from today. Most of your work cannot be done without it. Aadhaar is needed for every small and big work, but in such a situation many fake Aadhaar cards were also seen. Due to which people have to face many problems, but now the IT Ministry has found a solution for this.
Please tell that the IT Ministry has once again asked people for verification, but this verification will be done from UIDAI’s number. Explain that UIDAI is a unique code given only at the time of making Aadhaar, due to which fake accounts can be closed.
How will the verification of Aadhaar card happen?
The rules issued by UIDAI say that by visiting the Aadhaar card website, the person will have to enter his Aadhaar number and then verify it with OTP. Explain that it is mandatory to have the phone number of the submitted Aadhaar. Apart from this, users can also verify their Aadhaar using mAadhaar app or Aadhaar QR code scanner. Also, let us tell you that this QR code scanner is a free application for Android and iOS based mobile phones.
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Penalty can be imposed for making fake Aadhaar card
Aadhaar card verification will help in preventing the possible misuse by anti-social elements mostly. Also it will be any 12 digit number base it supports UIDAI number. Tampering with Aadhaar documents can be detected through offline verification. Creating fake Aadhaar card or tampering with Aadhaar is a crime. That person is liable to penalty under section 35 of the Aadhaar Act.
UIDAI’s instructions to the states are necessary
UIDAI has requested the state governments to insist on getting Aadhaar verification done. States have been requested to give necessary instructions in this regard, so that misuse of Aadhaar card, when shown as identification, is avoided.
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