Category: Aadhar

Gurdwara Provides Oxygen Cylinder To The People To Save Precious Lives

In order to verify your identity in Hindustan, you have to present your Aadhaar card. It is conclusive evidence of the Aadhaar cardholder about his or her demographic as well as biometric details. Due to the devastating damage of Covid-19, Aadhaar is now being used as the key document for identification. As the population of the country is very huge, Government established UIDAI in 2009 to perform all the tasks and duties necessary to do the enrollment process.

The enrollment process is done via thousands of Aadhaar centers set up in various parts of the country. In a very short span of time, we have seen the large population of the country get themselves registered with the UIDAI. Any person who is living in India for more than 182 days or more can obtain Aadhar. Non-resident Indians cannot apply to get Aadhaar as they do not fall within the definition of residents as per law. If they follow any cheating method to do, they will face legal actions. In order to get the Aadhar card, you can visit any Aadhar enrollment center.

If you want to apply for the Aadhaar card, you must carry the necessary documents that can verify your address and other details. You can expect to receive your Aadhaar card within 90 days from the date of application at your registered address. The enrollment fee is zero as the Government wants to enroll as many people as possible to make its population statistics up to date. At the time of the Aadhar application, the data entry officer in the Aadhar Kendra will take your demographic as well as biometric details.

The situation in India is very tough. Every day, hundreds of people are dying. There is an emergency situation in Hindustan. Government and people are in hot waters. The Covid-19 disease spread is so high that hospitals are not able to provide a treat to the corona patients. There is a shortage of bed and oxygen cylinders in the country. There is a long queue of people and ambulances outside the hospitals.

Due to shortages of oxygen, hospitals are not able to treat patients with breathing issues. In this difficult time, Gurdwara is playing a key role in Indirapuram. Gurdwara is offering free oxygen cylinders to the people. This is the thing that even big hospitals are failed to deliver to their patients. As a result, people are found in a long queue to get the oxygen cylinders for their loved ones in the hospital.

Actually, Gurdwara in Indirapuram is working closely with networks of Gurdwara to stock oxygen cylinders and is helping people suffering from respiratory issues. This is getting the name of oxygen langar. As the name suggests, this is like any other langar service that provides 100% free service to the people. This is available to every person irrespective of their religion, sex, and cast. The best thing is that Gurdwara is not asking for any sort of documents such as an Aadhaar card. The purpose of this is to stabilize people with little breathing problems so that they can later be admitted to the hospital when beds can be given to them.

Show Aadhaar And Prescription To Get The Antiviral Drug

In order to verify your name and address, people are issued Aadhaar in India. This is a 12 digit number and is unique in nature. It is a very important document even in hospitals, this is a mandatory document for admission. To bring the population in the statistics, the Union Government of India set up UIDAI in 2009 and started registering people in the Aadhaar system.

The enrollment process is done via thousands of Aadhaar centers set up in various parts of the country. In a very short span of time, we have seen the large population of the country gets themselves registered with the Unique Identification Authority of India. If you are living inside the country for at least 182 days a year. We would like to make it clear that Aadhaar is not for people living outside India and is called NRI (Non-Resident Indian).

The process to obtain an Aadhaar card is not difficult and very easy. You can find any nearby Aadhaar Kendra using Google Map to get enrolled. Please keep in mind that the applicant can apply for the Aadhar by submitting the required documents. It is good to check our post for the approved list of supporting documents. It will take around 90 days from the date of application to get your Aadhaar card at your provided registered address. Please keep in mind that the enrollment process is 100% free from the Government. The purpose of this is to bring as many people to the UIDAI database as possible. There are two important pieces of information that are saved during the Aadhaar enrollment process. One is demographic details while the other is biometric details.

Medicines are necessary for patients to protect them from widespread disease. But there are always bad practices found in societies where laws and regulations are not strong. Similar is the case with Covid-19 related medicines. People are black marketing medicines in order to earn higher profits. The situation of the country is very bad. Every day, hundreds of people are dying due to corona.

Government and people are helpful in the current scenario. Remdesevir is an important injection that is used to treat patients of Covid-19. This is over a counter-drug and is very common nowadays. But its hoarding is on a very high level, that is why people are unable to find this injection easily. In order to control this problem, police raid a place in Chandigarh city. Keeping in view the black marketing of this drug, the Health Department has made it mandatory to show the Aadhaar card and doctor’s prescription.

But the problem is that Remdesivir must be given at the initial stage. If it is delayed, the condition of the patients gets deteriorated. Apart from this, the lungs of the patient get damaged in a quick period of time and it becomes very hard to get him or her recovered. That is why making Aadhaar and prescription of this medicine seems to be a very bad decision. Government should find some other method to control the black marketing of the drug.

Aadhaar Rule Requiring Gurgaon Address Creating Severe Problems In Covid-19 Patients

In India, every person is issued a unique identity which is called Aadhaar and comprises 12 digit numeric fields. The government established UIDAI in 2009 to run that is about a decade ago, control and monitor the complete process of Aadhaar enrollment. Aadhar enrollment centers work under the umbrella of the UIDAI to register as many residents as possible. Within quite a short period of time, a big percentage of India’s population has been enrolled with the UIDAI system. Any person who is living in India for more than 182 days or more can obtain Aadhar.

Aadhaar Act clearly disqualifies NRI (Non-Resident Indian) to obtain an Aadhaar card as they do not live inside the country for at least 182 days. The process to obtain an Aadhaar card is very straightforward. You Just need to visit any nearby Aadhaarkendra to get enrolled. Please keep in mind that the applicant can apply for the Aadhar by submitting the required documents. It will take around 90 days from the date of application to get your Aadhaar card at your registered address. There are no fees involved in the enrollment process but any changes in the records will cost you. You can get registered with the UIDAI without paying any dime.

There are two important pieces of information that are saved during the Aadhaar enrollment process. One is demographic details while the other is biometric details. By demographic data, we mean the applicant’s name, address, and DOB (Date of birth) of the person applying for Aadhaar.

Obtaining health services from the Government is everyone’s right. Keeping in view the devastating effect of Covid-19, there is a dire need to deliver health services without any discrimination. But the law of equitable distribution of rights is found at very rare places in the country. Similar is the case is happening in Gurugram city. It is located in the southwest area of New Delhi. It is quite famous due to its technological and financial progress. Many people were hoping to avail themselves of hospital admission amid Covid-19 in Gurugram city. But there hope to get lost when the patient who does not have a Gurugram address on the Aadhar card was declined admission to the hospital.

This was shocking news when people signed into Covid companion to secure a hospital bed but declined due to the non Gurgram address on the Aadhaar card. This fact destroyed the soul of the portal. This is a big city with a large population and a decent percentage of migrants are also living here to earn money for themselves and for their families living in other parts of the country.

When the local administration of the city was contacted to address the issue of discrimination, they said that the local population is their first priority before going to allocate hospital beds to people of other cities. The rate of Covid-19 is significantly very high in India as compared to neighboring countries. The death toll is so high that there is a huge lack of space in Shamshanghat and Graveyards. People are helpless and even, Government seems to be very helpless in the current scenario.

Take Most Out Of Aadhaar Helpline Service

Identity all over India can only be evidenced using the Aadhaar card. Aadhaar is a 12 digit unique number. It is solid proof of the Aadhaar cardholder that his or her information is accurate and legitimate. UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) is the body that controls and operates the entire system of enrollment. For this, Aadhar enrollment centers work under the guidance and SOPs of the UIDAI to enroll people according to the Aadhaar Act. Within a decade, a large population of the country has been enrolled in the UIDAI database. In order to qualify as an Aadhaar applicant, one has to be in India for a minimum of 182 days in a year. We would like to make it clear that Aadhaar is not for NRI (Non-Resident Indian).

Anyone can apply for the Aadhaar card simply by visiting the nearest Aadhar enrollment office. Please keep in mind that you must carry the required documents otherwise your application will be rejected. It will take around three months from the date of application to get your Aadhaar card at your given address. The enrollment is free of cost as the Government wants to enroll as many people as possible to make its population statistics up to date. At the time of Aadhar enrollment, the data entry officer at the center will capture your biometric and demographic details. Demographic information is the name, DoB (date of birth), and address of the applicant while biometric information is the thumb, fingers, and eye scan.

As the UIDAI setup is quite complex and big, issues arise on a daily basis. The proper and timely resolution helps people to get the Aadhaar within 90 days or even earlier. Issues may be major or minor. Minor issues can easily be solved either via UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) the official web portal or by visiting your nearest Aadhaar. However, major problems require frequent visits to Aadhaar Kendra and still, applicants are not able to solve discrepancies. In order to sort out the problems,

UIDAI has opened up an Aadhaar helpline for a week. As India is a country with diverse cultures and languages, it needs to facilitate people in their own local languages. That is why UIDAI has started helpline service in 13 languages that are widely spoken in various parts of the country. Any person who is willing to avail of helpline service can do so by calling 1947. This is a toll-free number so people will not be charged for sending the SMS. You can talk in your language with the call center agent. Apart from this, you can also avail helpline service via email option. For this, you have to send your complaint to help@uidai.gov.in

This helpline service will operate from Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 9 pm while on Sunday the timings will be 8 am to 5 pm without any break.

The supportive languages in the helpline are Hindi, Urdu, English, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi, Assamese, Oriya, and Bengali.

Aadhar Related Issues Causing A Denial Of Food Rations

Aadhar is a 12-digit unique identifier that is evidence of the applicant’s identity & residential address. UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) is the body that regulates the entire system of enrollment. The enrollment process is done via thousands of Aadhaar centers set up in various parts of the country. Within a quite short period of time, a big percentage of India’s population has been enrolled with the UIDAI system. In order to qualify as an Aadhaar applicant, one has to be in India for a minimum of 182 days in a year.

The Aadhaar act clearly disqualifies NRI (Non-Resident Indian) to obtain an Aadhaar card as they do not live inside the country for at least 182 days. The process to obtain an Aadhaar card is very easy and straightforward. You just have to visit any nearby Aadhaar Kendra to get apply for the enrollment. If you want to apply for the Aadhaar card, you must carry the necessary documents that can verify your address and other details. Once your application is received, you will get Aadhaar card within 90 days from the date of application. Please keep in mind that the enrollment process is absolutely free from the Government. The purpose is quite obvious that the Government wants to bring as many people to the UIDAI database as possible. There are two sets of information that are saved during the Aadhaar enrollment process. One is demographic details while the other is biometric details. Demographic details refer to the name, DoB (date of birth), and address of the applicant and are the main solid proof feature of the UIDAI system.

There is no doubt that Aadhaar has countless blessings but there are areas where its requirement are creating several problems in the lives of the people. One of the most common hot burning issues is the denial of food ration under (Public Distribution System) PDS. People are unable to use these services due to several issues caused by Aadhaar linkages.

According to a recent survey conducted, there is a huge percentage of people that were rejected for ration on the basis of biometric issues or even not holding an Aadhaar card. The situation is becoming so severe that Supreme Court has to interfere in this matter. The step was taken by the Supreme Court is based on the appeal lodged by the Dalit woman from Jharkhand. As per her, people are suffering severely due to linkages issues of ration and Aadhaar card. Even if one has Aadhaar, still biometric issues are making things worst. According to a recent report, around 3 crore ration cards have been canceled as a result of Aadhaar and biometric issues. The effect is so devastating that poor people are in a state of starvation. A young girl aged 11 years died as a result of starvation.

Keeping in view the sensitivity of the matters, it is the dire need that the Government of India act on an urgent basis and make relaxation clause in law so that the lives of poor people can be saved. Otherwise, the nation will not forgive the Government.

How Bank Account Linked With Aadhaar Contribute Towards The Betterment Of Farmers

The identity evidence of every resident person in India is known as Aadhaar. It is conclusive evidence of the Aadhaar cardholder about his or her profile. As the population of the country is very big, Government established UIDAI to perform all the tasks and duties necessary to make this happen. Aadhar enrollment centers work under the umbrella of the UIDAI to register as many residents as possible. Within a quite short period of time, a big percentage of India’s population has been enrolled with the UIDAI system. In order to qualify as an Aadhaar applicant, one has to be in India for a minimum of 182 days in a year. NRI (Non-resident Indian) cannot obtain Aadhaar as they do not fall within the definition of residents as per law. You can get your Aadhaar card simply by paying a visit to your nearest aadhar enrollment center. Please keep in mind that the applicant can apply for the aadhar by submitting the required documents. It will take around 90 days from the date of application to get your Aadhaar card at your registered address. There are no fees involved in the enrollment process. You can get registered with the UIDAI without paying any dime. There are two important pieces of information that are saved during the Aadhaar enrollment process. One is demographic details while the other is biometric details. By demographic data, we mean the applicant’s name, address, and DoB (Date of birth) of the person applying for Aadhaar.

Taxpayers are playing a key part in the economy of the country. The money they pay on their income from either source is called tax. The government of India utilizes this money to pay MSP. By MSP we mean minimum support prices that are paid to the farmers in consideration for their produce. The taxpayers pay the taxes with a mindset that their money will be used by the government in the right place. This can only be achieved only when DBT (direct bank transfer) is set up to work on linking the bank account with Aadhaar. There are no issues or hurdles that this could be brought into practice. Most of the states are already using this technology. But amazingly, Haryana and Punjab have not implemented this process so far. As a result, Government-based agencies are procuring grain from these states and are not paying any dime in MSP. Actually, these agents are paying commission agents instead of farmers directly. As a result, farmers are not receiving the right value for their produce because commission agents are reaping the maximum profit.

Keeping in view the exploitation of farmers, this Government has made the direct benefit transfer (DBT) compulsory. The government has made it very clear that no grains will be procurement will be performed unless and until the farmer’s Aadhaar details are not uploaded official portal for procurement purposes. Once this is accomplished, payment will be directly credited to the farmer’s bank account.

Aadhaar Mandatory To Enter A Village In Telangana

Identity evidence in India is done using a unique number called Aadhaar. It is complete evidence of the Aadhaar cardholder all across the country. To keep the exact statistics of the population, the Union Government of India established UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) in 2009. The enrollment and updating process of Aadhaar is completed through Aadhaar Kendra. Within just ten years, a large population of the country has been registered in the UIDAI database.

Any person who is living in the country for at least 182 days or more is eligible to apply for aadhar. We would like to make it clear that Aadhaar is not for NRI (Non-Resident Indian). In order to obtain aadhar, you can visit any aadhar enrollment center nearest to your location. Please keep in mind that the applicant can apply for the aadhar by submitting the required documents. There is a long list of documents that is sufficient to prove your identity and address. Once your application is received, you will get an Aadhaar card within 90 days from the date of application.

The enrollment fee is zero as the Government wants to enroll as many people as possible to make its population statistics up to date. There are two important pieces of information that are saved during the Aadhaar enrollment process. One is demographic details while the other is biometric details. Demographic details include name, DoB (date of birth), and address of the applicant.

As we have discussed the importance of Aadhaar in our lives. But there is something unique happening in the remote village in Telangana which is a state in southern India. In that village, outsiders are not allowed to enter the village without submitting an Aadhaar card. This sounds quite strange but there is a long story behind this rigid step from the villagers.

This rule of depositing Aadhaar at the entrance of the village is in practice for 10 years. This is the mutual decision taken by panchayat members, local people, and heads of the tribes. There is a purpose-built secretariat where outsiders are required to submit the unique identity card Aadhaar.

The population of the village is just 2500 and the people’s source of income has purely relied upon the farming sector. That is why the villagers left their home early in the morning. In order to protect their belonging at the home, they are exercising this technique. Around 10 years ago, a person in saffron clothes entered the village in the afternoon. He described himself as Swamiji to the villager and convinced him very easily due to his sacred appearance.

The so-called Swamiji persuaded the villagers to do puja for increased wealth, prosperity, and good health. To perform the puja, he asked the villager to bring gold ornaments so that he could double them. We believe that this step is no doubt good for protecting the interest of the villagers. But we have to look at the other side of the perspective. What will happen if every area is restricted in such a way, then the situation will become worst.

Aadhaar Not Compulsory For Pensioners To Obtain Digital Life Certificate

In India, the name, address is normally authenticated using Aadhaar. Aadhaar is a 12 digit numeric number and is unique to ensure each person is trackable in any part of India. Around a decade ago, Union Government established UIDAI to smoothly control, operate and monitor the whole process of Aadhaar enrollment. Aadhar enrollment centers work under the umbrella of the UIDAI to register as many residents as possible. In a very short span of time, we have seen the large population of the country get themselves registered with the UIDAI. In order to qualify as an Aadhaar applicant, one has to be in India for a minimum of 182 days in a year. If any person’s day of living in a given year is less than 182 days. Then, he or she is called a non-resident Indian and not a resident person.

Aadhaar Act clearly disqualifies NRI (Non-Resident Indian) to obtain an Aadhaar card as they do not live inside the country for at least 182 days. You can get your Aadhaar card simply by paying a visit to your nearest aadhar enrollment center. Supporting documents are very necessary to be submitted with the application if you want your Aadhaar application to be accepted without any issues. It will take around 90 days from the date of application to get your Aadhaar card at your registered address. Please keep in mind that the enrollment process is 100% free from the Government. The purpose of this is to bring as many people to the UIDAI database as possible. At the time of aadhar enrollment, aadhar center staff will take your biometric and demographic details using the specifically designed biometric machine. By demographic data, we mean the applicant’s name, address, and DoB (Date of birth) of the person applying for Aadhaar.

In India, old employees are paid pensions at the end of the job completion like the rest of the world. This is a good gesture from employers towards their employees that it cares them very high. Each month, the employer contributes a certain amount to a pool of funds set aside. The funds in the pool are invested to generate income and benefits or income generated are paid to the employee when he or she gets retired.

Some pension plans also enable the worker to contribute a part of his or her salary so that he or she could get a handsome amount at the end of job tenure. In India, there was a requirement to give Aadhaar number to avail various pension schemes such as JeevanPramaan which is a digital life certificate. But keeping in view the difficulties faced by the people, The government of India has given relaxation by removing the mandatory requirement of Aadhaar. Now, there is no hard and fast requirement to show or give Aadhaar number in order to avail pension amount. The launch of a digital life certificate helped employees to move from one job to the other without the hassle of following the lengthy traditional processes.

There were so many complaints received in the government department that people were unable to receive their pension due to the non-availability of Aadhaar as well as the unreadability of fingerprints.

Vaccination Going On Aadhaar Based Facial Recognition In Jharkhand

In order to verify the name and address in India, people are issued Aadhaar in every state. This is a 12 digit number and is unique in nature. As the population of the country is very big, Government established UIDAI to perform all the tasks and duties necessary to make this happen. The enrollment process is done via thousands of Aadhaar centers set up in different areas of the country. In a very short span of time, the large population of the country gets registered with the UIDAI through the Aadhaar Kendra. Aadhaar card is issued only to those people of India, who are inside the country for at least 182 days in a year. These people are called residents of the country.

Aadhaar Act clearly disqualifies NRI (Non-Resident Indian) to obtain an Aadhaar card as they do not live inside the country for at least 182 days. In order to obtain Aadhar, you can visit any Aadhar enrollment center. If you want to apply for the Aadhaar card, you must carry the necessary documents that can verify your address and other details. Usually, an applicant gets the Aadhaar card within 90 days from the date of enrollment with the UIDAI. Please keep in mind that the enrollment process is 100% free from the Government.

The purpose of this is to bring as many people to the UIDAI database as possible. When you visit the Aadhaar center, the data entry officer in the Aadhar Kendra will take your demographic as well as biometric details. By demographic data, we mean the applicant’s name, address, and DoB (Date of birth) of the person applying for Aadhaar. The IRIS and thumb impressions are called biometric details. Keeping in view of the disaster arising out of Covid-19, UIDAI is trying to implement new technology. For this, it has selected the Jharkhand state of India.

Jharkhand is a beautiful state in eastern India. It has a large population. That is why UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) has chosen this state to test its facial recognition technology to identify and vaccinate the people. As corona is an epidemic disease and spreads by physical interaction, there was a clear demand for technology where people do not have to touch any device. As the current method is based on biometric identification, this is not safekeeping in view of the coronavirus. In an effort to minimize the physical interaction as much as possible, UIDAI is testing face recognition technology to vaccinate people.

Statistics released by UIDAI tell us that around 12,000 people have been vaccinated for Covid-19 using a face recognition system. This system is running on a pilot basis in Jharkhand state before UIDAI implements this on a large and full-fledged scale. Jharkhand health secretary, Mr. KK Soan also got vaccinated using this new technology in the Arki area which is just 90 Km away from Ranchi.

Not just the benefit of contactless, this technology brings. This is equally good for people above the age of 65 years. At this age, people’s thumbs and fingerprints get faded. This creates a lot of problems in the identification process. But this is not a problem at all in face recognition technology. IRIS scan also lacks the same problem and sometimes, it becomes very difficult to identify people using either IRIS or thumb impression. In this regard, the latest face recognition technology from UIDAI is going to contribute tremendously.

Illegal Aadhaar Card Centre In Paltan Bazar

Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique identification number that residents and passport holders of India may obtain voluntarily based on biometric and demographic data. The data is obtained by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), a statutory body set up by the Indian government in January 2009 and operating under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. Aadhaar, which is regarded as proof of residency rather than citizenship, does not grant any rights to reside outside India. The Home Ministry clarified in June 2017 that Aadhaar is not a legitimate identity document for Indians visiting Nepal or Bhutan. As Aadhaar plays an important role in the country that’s why many people misused it.

Currently, news has been received that in Paltan Bazaar Assam, an illegal Aadhaar center has been seized. On Sunday, police in the Assam city of Dibrugarh busted an illegal Aadhaar card center. Dipen Doley,29, Bitupan Deori,27, and Aibi Deori,30, were arrested at an illegal centre in the Paltan Bazar region of the city. The trio hails from Lakhimpur, which is about 120 kilometers south of Dibrugarh. According to police, these men were chargingRs 300 per Aadhaar card. The men were arrested and police confiscated desktop computers, smartphones, Aadhaar card forms, and Rs 5,000 in cash. A Tata Nixon vehicle was also confiscated. According to police reports, this may be part of a larger nexus, with many illegal Aadhaar centers operating in the state.

According to investigators, the accused might be making a huge amount of money from this illegal activity. In this case, a broader investigation has been launched. One of the Officer-in-charge of Dibrugarh police station Rajiv Saikia said that they are looking forward to seizing all the illegal Aadhaar centers very soon which are running in the country. Aadhaar is a voluntary service and it is the right of the resident to get it free of cost from the Government. According to police, three more people were apprehended for questioning regarding this matter.

Mr. Saikia further added in his statement that they conducted a search operation after receiving detailed information and discovered three people running an illegal Aadhaar card center in Paltan Bazar at the residence of Atiquor Rahman. Three people have been detained in connection with the crime, and three more have been arrested for further investigation concerning the case.

The Government should take strict action against the people who are running the illegal Aadhaar center all across the country as the safety and security of the residents should be the first priority to the Government. Government should prepare a proper survey to seize all the illegal Aadhaar Kendra which are misleading and misusing the applicants or residents of India.