Dont pay money for Aadhar cards, said Deputy Commissioner Ekroop Caur. She said there is no fee either for processing or issuing the card under the Unique Identification project, as it is being done free of cost by the Government.
It has been observed that many people are paying to get themselves registered for the Aadhar card. Not all have had a happy experience but people like Anvith K S were lucky to get the Aadhar card done in just 45 minutes from the time he entered Kalamandir, one of the registration center.
In the first phase, registration of every individual will be held in the centers from September 24 to January 31. Registration of uncovered people will be held in the second phase of February 1 to March 15.
In the final phase, the names of people will be registered who were not enrolled in the first or second phases.
In case of any problem, public may contact the District Complaint Cell opened on the Deputy Commissioner’s office premises on 9008700363 or 2407275. Also, public may contact Srinivas, project manager of the implementing agency on 9489831728 or Paresh Pai, project coordinator, on 8050674507, for details.