Aadhaar Customer Care
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Planning to delink your Aadhaar details from all your mobile phone numbers, but don’t know the exact process and want the Customer Care’s help? Need to register your Aadhaar number with your mobile phone all by yourself, but don’t know how to do it? Need to correct some details in the Aadhaar card, that was previously misprinted? Applied for a new Aadhaar Card, but still, it hasn’t been delivered to your doorstep? There is nothing to get worried about. Aadhaar Customer Care will help you in making yourself a new Aadhaar Card, and also help you fix the mistakes in your Aadhaar Card as well, apart from solving the other queries or issues that you may have.
How to talk to an Aadhaar customer care executive?
- First of all, if you want to reach the Customer Care Executive by phone, you can give a call at the following phone number - 1947 (Toll-Free).
- You can also send an Email to the Customer Care Executive, by transmitting at the following Email ID - email@example.com.
- You can also send a tweet via Twitter at the following Twitter ID - @UIDAI
Aadhaar is defined as a 12 digit numerical code, that is given to each Indian citizen, depending upon their biometric and demographic data. Aadhaar is controlled by UIDAI, which stands for Unique Identification Authority of India. This statutory body was established in 2009. The current budget of the body, as of March 2018, is $1.4 billion. Also, the number of Aadhaar holders as of July 2018 is 1.22 billion. As of today, Aadhaar is the world's largest biometric system. In the year 2016, a money bill was passed to provide financial backing to the whole Aadhaar system.
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Aadhaar along with UIDAI started their operations in the year 2009. Since then, there have been various rulings in the Supreme Court, regarding the idea of Aadhaar and biometrics. In 2013, the Supreme Court said that the Government could not deny giving service to citizens of India based on the Adhaar credentials. In 2017, the Supreme Court again raised the issue of privacy and rights based on the Aadhaar credentials. In 2018, it was said by the Supreme Court that decisions based on the Aadhaar credentials would be taken, and finally, in September 2018, it was ruled that Aadhaar not be mandatory for opening bank accounts, getting mobile phone connections, and also getting admitted in a school too as well.