12 digit number in India is issued to the resident person and is called the Aadhaar number. Due to corona devastating effect on our society, it is very crucial in our lives. UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) is the body that runs the entire system of enrollment. Aadhar enrollment centers work across the country under the umbrella of the UIDAI to make the enrollment process as simple as possible.
Within a decade, a large population of the country has been registered in the UIDAI database. Before going to apply for an Aadhar card, one has to be in India for a minimum of 182 days in a year. If you are a non-resident Indian, you are not entitled to obtain Aadhaar, and please do not use any technique to get the Aadhaar card. If you try to fool the UIDAI system, sooner you will be brought into a court of 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.
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.
Aadhaar is an important document and it works as a point of interaction in various private and public sector organizations. The deadly war of Covid-19 is continually damaging our social and economic segments. Every day, thousands of people are dying in the country. There is no authority exists in this world that can control the humiliating effect of this pandemic. The same situation is happening in Gujarat which is the 5th largest state in India area-wise. The situation is so worst that the Government has officially accepted that there is a shortage of beds, manpower, and injection throughout the state. As a result, Ahmedabad which is the largest city in Gujarat state has denied health treatments for corona to people who hold non- Ahmedabad Aadhaar cards.
The shortage of resources is so severe that the local population is hardly getting the full treatment. There is a huge line of ambulances outside the hospitals. As per the Government, the local people just have to wait 38 minutes for 108 ambulances in the state. But the reality is utterly different. The situation is worst altogether.
People are given around 24 hours waiting time for hospital admission through ambulance booking. Apart from this, there is a severe missing of oxygen cylinders in around 32 hospitals in just Ahmedabad city. People are dying without oxygen in the hospital including big hospitals such as Singhu, Shifa, ABMC & Pushpa. It is every person’s duty to obey SOPs set by the Government to control the spread of this pandemic corona disease to save not only your life but the lives of millions of other people.