The Honorable Supreme Court of India clearly directed the states and associated Union territories must exercise the One Nation, One Ration Card (ONORC) program. This will come as a handy tool for migrant labor and workers to get the subsidized rations in every place even if they are outside from their home state. In this regard, High Court took serious note of the delay in the system development life cycle of the software. This software is essential to enroll laborers or workers in any sector even in the unorganized sector. It is the government’s mission to develop a complete national database. Both the honorable court asked the Government to explain its plan to deliver the free grain until November 2021. The overall purpose of such direction is migrant workers who mostly are in trouble due to not having ration cards.
Similarly, on a fresh application submitted by activists JagdeepChhokar, Anjali Bharadwaj, and Harsh Mander, the vacation bench concluded its verdict. The bench includes MR Shah and Ashok Bhushan. This application was to give direction to the government of the center and states regarding cash transfers, food security, transport/ travel facilities, and various social welfare steps or measures so that migrant workers can help out in this difficult pandemic situation across the country.
Further vacation bench asked the activists, states, and the center to file a written note in this regard. This hearing was in connection to the suomotu case filled in 2020 on account of the issues migrant workers are facing with specific reference to the corona pandemic prevailing in the country. Solicitor General Mr. Tushar Mehta was also present at the hearing. He was presenting the central government and explained to the honorable court that so far big states such as West Bengal, Assam, Chhattisgarh, and Delhi have not employed the scheme of ONORC (one nation one ration card).
However, the counsel for Delhi rejected the argument and said ONORC has been implemented in the state. But on the other hand, the West Bengal counsel replied that it has not been implemented yet due to seeding issues of the Aadhaar number. Over this argument, the bench criticized the state by saying that you are doing this since August last year and still you need time to complete the implementation. In such a difficult time of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is a dire need to implement the One nation one ration card scheme as soon as possible. But the way states are working, this seems to be implemented even at the end of this year.
It is the government’s responsibility to provide welfare schemes to immigrant workers no matter where they exist at the moment. The scheme of ONORC can be implemented only if the Aadhaar number and ratio card numbers can be linked with each other. This will make ration card details accessible from Aadhaar number in any part of India. The immigrant workers can then utilize the welfare scheme of the government in any part of India due to central ONORC software.
India is a country with a huge population and a very big percentage of people are living their life below the poverty line. This is a very alarming and frustrating fact. Thousands of people die every year due to the non-availability of food. Many people are suffering from health issues arising from food deficiencies. This is the reason, the system of ration cards was brought into existence. But there are issues with the existing system. Ration cards made in one state cannot be used in the other state. As a result, poor people suffer a lot as they cannot get subsidized foods. Supreme Court is taking this issue very seriously and has directed the central and state government to implement the centralized system to eliminate the limitations of the existing system. This will definitely depend on the Aadhaar number which is a unique identifier across the country. Due to the duplication process in the ration card and the Aadhaar card, there is a dire need to make both systems synchronized. Despite wasting several years, states such as Bengal, Assam, Delhi, and Chhattisgarh have not implemented the new system. Pilot testing in various parts of the country.
A large population of India is living below the poverty line. In this regard, it is essential to provide necessary foods and welfare items in a timely and easy manner. To run this system smoothly in India, the union government of India implemented a ration card system. Though, this ration card system is a very good inequitable distribution of resources to needy people. But this system lacks the centralized mechanism that is essential to run the rationing system smoothly in every part of India. As the world has become a global village, a person of one state should be able to claim his or her ration even in another state by showing the ration card. This is the ideal working methodology but the actual system prevailing in the country tells a different story. A person living in one state such as Assam migrates to Bengal cannot claim his or her ration in Bengal state. In order to solve out this issue, central and state government was directed to develop a system and software. But the laxity shown created severe frustration in the people. Keeping in view the problems faced by the people, Supreme Court has taken a serious note and especially over Bengal’s excuse of not implementing the one nation one ration card system. There are several blessings of the tech-driven ONORC scheme. Daily wages workers, street dwellers are temporary employees who can easily benefit from the scheme. As these low-income earning people migrate from their home state to the other state for work, claiming ration in the new state will become very simple. They can simply shop at any point of sale (POS) at FPS (fair price shop) by simply providing the ration card details.
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.
Palwal is a city of cotton and it is located in Northern India. It comes under Haryana state. Due to its high-quality cotton produce, it has a marvelous attraction in the eyes of the textile industry. As the city is rich in business activities, fraud people are also trying to cheat people in order to earn some easy money. Similar is the case that happened in Palwal district. Where around five people did fraudulent activity and looted numerous people. In order to get as much information from arrested people. So far, cops have tried to find out their bank account details and they have been quite successful. As a preliminary action, cops have frozen their respective bank accounts that have around 1 million balances. The way of cheating is via property documents of affected people. These criminals clone out the fingerprints from the property documents and attached the Aadhaar card. These cheaters use these details to withdraw money from the victim’s bank account. Criminals opened the digital wallet account in the name of the victims. After that, they transfer the money from the victim’s bank account to this e-wallet. They were doing this by manipulating and surpassing the AePS (Aadhaar enabled payment system). These cheaters are smart and computer savvy that it became some time to trace them and the way of doing such crime. Police will investigate further from criminals about their way of conducting crime and the other people who are connected in any way with them.
According to the SP of Palwal Mr. Deepak Gehlawat, police have registered various 43 FIR against the criminals. So it is a big investigation that will take time and may expose other matters as well. But the good thing is that it was just the beginning of the game and fortunately, these criminals were arrested at the beginning of their criminal career. These criminals started their evil act by obtaining registry papers from the tehsil of Palwal. So, the local administration of the tehsil may also be brought into a court of law. When the media contacted the officer in the administration department of the district, he replied that they maintain a proper system of handling registry documents. So far they have not received any notice or intimation from the court or police. They will wait and see the outcome of the investigation. If any fault is found on the district level, appropriate action will be taken to punish the people involved. Aadhaar is a 12 digit document that is the key to every transaction in India. It is unique in nature and is issued after the submission of supporting documents. It is protected using the biometric details of the applicant or holder. This is the reason, these criminals have extracted Aadhaar and biometric details from the property documents to bypass the banking system transaction.
Due to poverty in the country, people are using fake means to earn money. As the population control concept is rarely followed in India, problems are common of poverty, unemployment, and shelters. The control of fraudulent activities is not an easy task due to the huge population of India. This is the reason, there was a strong need for a population controlling mechanism. Feeling the issues existed in the country, UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) was established.
The main purpose or objective for establishing UIDAI was to enroll people of India in the government’s database and keep updating the records for any change therein. To accomplish the aims and objectives, UIDAI set up thousands of Aadhaar enrollment centers across the country. It is up to you to visit any Aadhaar center and get yourself registered for an Aadhaar card. You will be issued within 90 days’ time. In order to facilitate people, an online UIDAI portal has also been established. As UIDAI always wants to facilitate people, the mAadhaar app is the latest addition in the arsenal. Using mAadhaar, a person can avail of around 30 services just sitting from the comfort of the home.
In New Delhi, a volunteer named Suneel Kumar from the civil defense sector has been arrested. This volunteer was posing himself as the sub-inspector in the Delhi cops. According to the details shared by the Delhi police, he was imposing challan over people on Corona violation of not wearing the mask. As this is a strict requirement in India, he is pressurizing people for not wearing masks and taking the challan amount in cash. The age of the alleged person is 31 years. Sunil Kumar was apprehended on Sunday when he was stopping people in SangamVihar on the grounds of Covid-19 important SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) violation of mask.
Most importantly, he was wearing a police uniform and asking for cash money as a challan for violating the strict mask-wearing restriction. Amit who is a police constable reached the spot and asked Sunil to show his identity card. Upon checking the card, it was found fake causing the arrest of the accused. Police also found a duty pass of Disaster Management, Aadhaar card, and Civil Defense identity card.
The Aadhaar card will play a key role in finding the whole details of this case. It will help police in many ways such as it would be easier to search other people who might be in connection with Sunil Kumar. All the documents and uniform at the time of arrest have been seized and is in police custody. One of the important tasks for cops is to estimate the amount of challan money this person has looted from money. A case has been entered against him under sections 419 and 471 that involves punishment for cheating by personation and use of the forged document as genuine of the IPC (Indian Penal Code).
The duty of law enforcement agencies is to grab criminals and terrorists and to provide maximum security to the people of India. But sometimes, terrorists used to be so smart that it is not easy to unhide their crimes. But it does not mean they will continue to fool the law enforcement agencies forever. Similar is the case in Bareilly, a famous city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh (UP). It is not too far from the capital city of Lucknow. The distance between Bareilly and Lucknow is just 252 Km. Now back to the actual story that happened in Bareilly is that police found out 4 kg of smack from an SUV (sport utility vehicle). Smack was in a highly refined form.
According to cops, the due of the smack is around 4 crore Indian rupees. This happened on the highway when police found this due to the accident between SUV and Santro’s car. This was a real surprise and shocking for the highway patrolling police. According to the witnesses, 4 people got injured in an accident that happened on Saturday. But two of them that were in the SUV managed to escape from the vehicle. They left behind their SUV and police suspect that this SUV belongs to the wanted drug criminal and smuggler Taimur. Further reports show that this smack has been hidden under the seat. The most interesting thing is that police also found 2 Aadhaar cards, an SUV car’s document, and a driving license. This is of course a very helpful document in reaching the actual criminals involved.
India has a huge population. This is the reason it is very difficult to keep an eye on the smugglers and criminals. In this regard, the most important document that can play a key role is the Aadhaar card. This card consists of 12 digits and is a unique number. It will remain the same in your whole life. No matter you migrate from one part of India to the other, the number will remain the same. Only you have to apply for an address change with the Aadhaar center near to you. But you have to provide a supporting document that can verify your new address of living.
Nowadays, law enforcement agencies are utilizing the UIDAI database and Aadhaar to track smugglers and criminals. By using Aadhaar, they can easily find out the culprits or a group of criminals. We have seen cops use the power of Aadhaar data to unhide the dangerous criminals making people’s lives miserable. There are two sets of information that make the Aadhaar system very good in detecting any person across the country. One is demographic details (name, address, mobile number, email) and biometric details (fingerprints and eye scans).
Mehul Choksi is a fugitive Indian-based famous businessman. He has his business set up in Barbuda and Antigua. He is one of the most wanted personalities in India. Indian judicial authorities are continuously trying to convict him in several cases of criminal conspiracy, cheating, the criminal breach – trust, and dishonest business conduct. This specifically includes cases of corruption, delivery of property, and (ML) money laundering. But according to Mehul Choksi, all the allegations are baseless and are made on the basis of political parties. He has been in news due to stock market manipulation in 2013. Currently, Choksi is in the custody of Dominican police and legal proceedings are under process against him.
At the same time, diplomatic dialogues are underway with Dominican authorities to bring back Choki to India. There is news that he is a citizen of Antigua. But legal experts give reasons that Choksi is an Indian citizen. The firm proof is his Aadhaar card. Interpol notices, lookout notice, and NBW document from Honorable Mumbai court. His lawyer believes that he is not an Indian citizen and gives the reason that section 9 of the Indian Citizenship Act clearly mentions that if someone acquires a citizen of another country, Indian citizenship gets expired by default. But there are legal experts who reject this reason by saying that there is an exception as well in subsection 2 of section 9 in the said act. Because Mehul Choksi got Antigua’s subscription by hiding facts, this will work in the favor of Indian authorities.
India is one of the largest countries when it comes to population. According to a rough estimate, it has a 1.366 billion population. To manage a huge population, a proper system is mandatory. There is no doubt that this is not an easy task. This is all controlled and managed by a unique number. This is called Aadhaar number and consists of 12 digits. This Aadhaar number is issued to only resident people. To qualify the definition of a resident person, a person should be within India for at least 182 days. The Aadhaar enrollment process is 100% free. This document has become a mandatory document due to its usage in our daily life. In legal cases and citizenship matters. It is the most crucial document. You need aadhaar card even If you want to place your kid in the school.
The admission office of the institute will demand the Aadhaar card as the necessary documentation. In order to record the marriage in the government records, you need to have this document to get your wedding registered with the government. In order to avail of your free aadhar card, you must submit documents such as a driving license, passport, ration card, and voter id, etc. The main objective behind this is to verify your identity and address in Government’s record. Once the enrollment procedure gets completed, the resident person will be given a card in a maximum of 90 days. The card will be dispatched at the provided registered number through the Indian Postal Service. Alternatively, you can download the electronic format of the card using the UIDAI web portal. Just enter the Enrollment slip EID number on the portal. In order to enroll in Aadhaar, you can visit the nearest Aadhaar Kendra.
India is the second-largest country by population. It has around a 1.366 billion population. To handle such a huge population is not an easy task. This is all done by a unique number called Aadhaar. 12 digit Aadhaar number is issued to the only resident person. In order to qualify the definition of resident, a person must be inside India for a minimum of 182 days. Aadhaar enrollment is 100% free for every resident person and it has become a mandatory document due to its usage in our daily life. If you want to admit your kid to the school, the administration of the school will ask for the Aadhaar card. If you are getting married, you need to have this document to get your wedding registered with the government.
In order to obtain an Aadhar, you need to submit supporting documents such as a passport, driving license, voter id, and ration card, etc. The purpose of these supporting documents is to verify your identity and address. Once your enrollment is done, you will be issued an Aadhaar card within a maximum of 90 days. Your card will be delivered to your given registered number using the Indian Postal Service. But if you are in hurry, you can download an electronic version of your card from UIDAI official web portal by entering the Enrollment slip EID number. In order to enroll in Aadhaar, you have to visit the nearest Aadhaar enrollment center. The staff at the center is performing their duties and they try to develop any relations with you for any other purpose, please do not go for it. You may make a complaint against the staff at the toll-free number of UIDAI.
Similar is the case that pops up on the media in the city of Thiruvananthapuram which is located inside the Kerala state. The story is that a woman named Lekshmi aged 26 visited the Aadhar enrollment center to obtain an Aadhaar card. She is a married woman and her husband’s name is Ajesh. Ajesh is an addicting criminal and three months back, he was in the prison. There she met with UIDAI staff Nidheesh. Nidheesh age is 30 years. A woman’s husband was in prison, she developed relations with Nidheesh who is already serving a married life.
The twist in the story developed when Ajesh got released from prison and he came to know the relation between his wife and Nidheesh. This created a rift in the life of husband and wife. After too much discussion between husband and wife, they decided to kill Nidheesh because he was the person who spoiled their married life. To accomplish this task, the couple summoned the Nidheesh in the Korani area where a woman held him from behind and her husband stabbed him with a sharp knife. The woman was apprehended by passersby but the husband escaped right away. In order to get rid of this situation, a woman tried to kill herself by slitting her wrist. But her husband reached on the spot and saved her. Later, police arrested the husband. Nidheesh is under treatment in the hospital and has several wounds on the body.
India is a country of the huge population where people of different religion lives. Each and every resident of India is allowed to take a national identity card. This national identity card is called Aadhaar. It consists of 12 digits which are unique in nature. By the passage of time, the importance of the Aadhaar is increasing in every sphere of life. You cannot afford to live without it. It is a mandatory document for every age group. No matter you are a child or an older man, you must have to get an Aadhaar card otherwise you will face severe trouble in your life. From birth to death, Aadhaar is needed at every stage. In order to take admission to school, you need Aadhaar.
To get married, you need a document. If a person has died, his or her ancestors need this document to update the government record. You can obtain an Aadhar card if you live in India for 182 days or more in a given year. If you qualify the above criteria, you will fall within the definition of resident person as per Indian law. An only a resident person can apply for an Aadhaar card. If you are not a resident person, please do not use other tricks to fool the UIDAI. You will face severe legal implications due to a breach of laws and regulations. You may be convicted by a court of law that may involve severe penalty as well.
The importance of Aadhaar can further be judged from a recent event that happened in Bareilly. The news is that the woman had been deprived of his husband’s last rites just because she did not have an Aadhaar card. The village head and the caretaker of the graveyard in Bareilly stopped the woman and did not allow her to bury his husband’s dead body. The name of the dead person was Zubair while his spouse’s name is Shabnam. They have four children. Shabnam belongs to the Kanpur district. Their occupation was to sell knives and other small items in various rural parts of UP (Uttar Pradesh). Their life got a severe tragedy when Zubair took his life after a minor quarrel with his wife. Before this tragedy, they were living in a tarpaulin tent near Abhaypur and Keshopur. This area comes under the jurisdiction of the Bhojipura police station. The situation got worst and in this, a social worker Sahir Khan had to intervene.
The NGO Awam-e-Khidmaat performed the last rite of Zubair in a private graveyard. According to Sahir Khan, the woman is very poor and cannot afford to pay even a donation for the grave. Local area police have taken notice of this incident and informed the media that further investigation will be performed. Necessary action will be taken if there is something found against the villagers and graveyard’s caretaker, police said.
PAN is a 10 digit number and is a combination of alphabets and numbers. It is issued by the income tax department of India. Like Aadhaar, this is also a unique number. It has a lifetime card that means that it will not expire. Both Aadhaar and PAN cards are the most important documents in India. But Government is facing severe trouble as both are government records and for a single person, both records are being maintained. This is causing a wastage of money due to data duplication, handling, and record maintenance. This is the main reason, Government has given clear instructions to the people to link or map Aadhaar with PAN as soon as possible. Two to three times, we have seen that Government has extended the last date to a further three months. But, according to Government officials, all such extensions were granted keeping in view the Covid-19 pandemic prevailing in the country. Corona has affected every aspect of life and badly affected the economy. In order to curb the corona devastation effect, vaccination is being done for various age groups across the country. People are advised to get registered with the government as early as possible so that this pandemic can be controlled efficiently. For vaccine registration, people may use the Aadhaar number or PAN (Permanent account number).
Sometimes, it happens that you lose the PAN card. In this case, you have to get a new one. Because you cannot afford to live without it. It is one of the most important documents in India for tax purposes. The process that we are going to share is very easy, free, and instant. The Income-tax department issues a PAN to applicants who hold a valid Aadhaar number. PAN is issued in Pdf file format to the applicant at absolutely no cost. Once the application for a PAN card is submitted on the basis of the Aadhaar number, an applicant can check the status of the PAN. If the request is approved, one can download the Pdf file free of cost. The applicant will also receive a copy of the PAN in the email provided at the time of registration. In order to promote a paperless environment, applicants are not required to submit or upload any documents.
Instant Pan Card through Aadhaar card
1. The first step to get PAN is to visit the official Income tax department website located at incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in.
2. Now click on the link to get a new PAN card. You have to follow the on-screen instructions on the second page.
3. Now being an Aadhaar holder, you have to type in your valid Aadhaar number.
4. Now submit the OTP (One Time Password) that you have received on your registered mobile phone number.
5. Upon successfully verifying the OTP, you will be allotted a 15 digit number. This number is also called the acknowledgment number. You can use this number to track your application status or download the PAN in pdf file format.