Nowadays it is almost impossible to do any work without Aadhaar card. Aadhaar is required for children’s access until a bank account is opened. All information in Aadhaar must be correct and updated. What if all the information is correct but the Aadhaar number is incorrect. With this in mind, UIDAI has warned people. Let us tell you what the whole thing is and how you can avoid this fraud:
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The number of all 12 digits should not be considered as Aadhaar
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) on Thursday warned that all 12-digit numbers should not be considered Aadhaar. According to UIDAI, when taking Aadhaar as ID proof, its verification is required.
UIDAI tweeted the warning
UIDAI issued this warning on Twitter on Twitter. In this tweet, UIDAI wrote that all 12 digital numbers are not Aadhaar. For this reason, UIDAI has suggested that Aadhaar be verified before it can be accepted as proof of identity. In such a situation, if you do any work that requires someone’s Aadhaar, definitely check that the Aadhaar number he gave is correct or not. UIDAI has issued its own method for verifying the Aadhaar number.
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Check whether the given Aadhaar number is correct or not
For this go to the link provided by UIDAI directly to Resident.uaidi.gov.in/ verify.
Here you now have to enter the 12 digits entered on the Aadhaar card. After filling in the captcha, click the Verify button.
By doing this you will know whether the given Aadhaar number is correct or not. If correct, the authenticity of the 12 digit Aadhaar number will be displayed on the screen for you.