UIDAI is the sole body established in 2010 by the Union Government of India to look after the whole process of enrollment and registration. It is considered one of the most crucial documents across India. This is the reason criminals make forged Aadhaar cards and related documents to cheat the government system. Aadhaar is issued only to the resident persons. There is a big difference between residents and non-resident people. If you are inside India for at least 182 days in a year, you can claim to be a resident person of India and as a result, are entitled to apply for an Aadhaar card from any nearest centers.
Noida is a planned city and is an acronym of the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority.
Noida is a part of Uttar Pradesh state and is located in Gautam Buddh Nagar district. In 2015, it has been awarded Best City Award by ABP news. It is the greenest city in the country. The very interesting news is in circulation in the media about Aadhaar. In Noida, around 1000 cards have been found in a sack near a garbage dump in the area of sector 59. The police have started a thorough investigation regarding this matter. As per media, there are around 1027 cards that were found, and interestingly, 867 cards have the address of the resident belong to Haryana state. While some belong to New Delhi, UP (Uttar Pradesh), and Bihar. There has been a severe concern in police regarding this issue.
An Aadhaar card is a very important document and all your records are dependent on it. In order to find out the authenticity of these Aadhaar cards, cops approached the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). In reply, UIDAI confirmed that these cards had not been issued from them. But the UIDAI official said that these Aadhaar cards seem to be genuine and are not fake. In order to double-check this, police contacted some Aadhaar cardholder found in the sack. But to their surprise, these holders already have their cards with them and they are not aware of how these cards were issued in their name.
Fortunately, it was confirmed that the format of these cards is five years old. Monogram and the details are absolutely correct. This is the main reason the police are very concerned about the documents. Cops are trying to find out if there had been issued for any illegal activities or not. One of the cards found in the garbage belongs to an army officer. He also confirmed that he has his card already with him. But he notified the police that he has given his card to the sim issuing shop owner in order to get a new sim in the Hisar area. Now, police will investigate the shop owner to find out the people involved in the whole story.