Telangana, India – Aug 1st, 2017 – Following the Department of Telecom (DOT) ruling in March 2017 requiring Aadhaar based e-KYC for all new phone connections and the subsequent requirement that telecom companies have to complete the activities within one year, there has been a flurry of activities as customers link their phone numbers to Aadhar. Download Aadhaar Card is providing tutorials and resources to help mobile phone users comply with the requirement.
While making the announcement, the Download Aadhaar Card representative Kiran Chitmalla said that the company is committed to ensuring that mobile phone users have a smooth transition and do not encounter challenges in the process. In the site, mobile phone users with different service providers can get details on how to go about the process.
For some time now Download Aadhaar Card has been in the forefront educating the general public on matters Aadhaar card, the site has been providing Aadhaar card updates, tutorials, resources as well as latest news and announcements about the Aadhaar card.
Aadhaar is a 12 digit unique identification code. Issued to Indian residents based on their demographic and biometric data. Unique Identification Authority of India is mandates to collect data based on a statutory authority enacted on July 2016. Aadhaar is currently the largest biometric identification system with close to 1.2 billion already registered in the system as of June 2017; this translates to more than ninety nine per cent of all Indians aged eighteen years and above.
Despite the success, the process has not been without challenges; currently there is a case in Supreme Court where petitioners have sought determination on whether there are privacy rights violations. So far, the petitioners have managed to get interim orders stating that those who have no Aadhaar cannot be denied services since it is not mandatory rather it is voluntary.
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Company Name: Download Aadhaar Card
Contact Person: Kiran Chitmalla