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Corrections in Aadhar cards take time

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By Gazal Malik

Bangalore, Oct 4: People in Bangalore who have sought a correction in their Aadhar cards find it difficult to get their cards back.

Raghu.H, 26, Mechanical engineer said, “I have reapplied two times for Aadhar card and after the spelling mistake of my name in Aadhar card and haven’t received yet. The website says that this request can’t be processed due to technical reasons.”

According to the website of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) 1164 Aadhar cards are pending correction in Bangalore.

“I went to make my Aadhar card because I needed it in my property dealings, but they have been delaying my work since last 4-5 times.” Devana Naha, 80 said. 

Shruti Nagraj, 21, student of Architecture said, “I require Aadhar card to make my passport, but as I am not getting Aadhar card my work is stuck and my college works are also stuck. I have reapplied online but they say that not found. I have visited the Aadhar card office, but there they said that we are looking into it since one month.”

Praful Pratulla, District Coordinator of Bangalore Rural, Aadhar Karnataka said that “While doing the enrollment, resident should check the spelling of their name and address with their other original ID proofs and if in case, they find any mistake in their Aadhar card, then they can go and rectify from their nearest Aadhar centre”. 

Sridhar Pabbisetty, CEO of Namma Bengaluru foundation said, “ Aadhar card only gives identification, not the citizenship of India and nowadays there are possibilities of fake ID cards  as well and he added that the Aadhar card should match with other documents like Voter ID card and Ration card to verify the information.”


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