AAdhaar News: Your Aadhaar real or fake? check online and offline in one minute
Currently, Aadhar card is the most important and trusted identity proof. It has been made mandatory in most of the works. If a child is born, then his Aadhar card is also made. Due to its need everywhere, Aadhaar data is the target of cybercriminals and from time to time there are reports of theft of this data. In this article, let us know how to identify the right and wrong Aadhaar card.
UIDAI has alerted the users to ensure that there is no fraud in the Aadhar card. UIDAI said through its official Twitter handle that any Aadhaar card can be verified online and offline. If offline verification is to be done, then its QR code has to be scanned. For online verification, go to the link resident.uidai.gov.in/verify and enter the 12 digit Aadhaar number. If you want, you can also do this work from m-Aadhaar app.
How to check aadhar
After clicking on resident.uidai.gov.in/verify link, you will be asked to fill the security code and captcha code. Before this, you have to enter the Aadhaar number of 12 numbers. Now you have to click on proceed to verify. As soon as you go here, you will get all the information related to Aadhaar at once. In this way you will also know whether your Aadhaar is original or not. If you want to check offline, then the QR code is made at the bottom of the Aadhar card. Scan it with your mobile scanner. This will get all kinds of information together.
You can also use mail
To help the common people, UADA had earlier issued a toll free number. This toll free number 1947 was issued in view of not everyone can have a smartphone. If there is any other problem related to Aadhaar, then you can call on this number and keep your point. If you want, you can also register your complaint or get any kind of information by writing to UIDAI.
The address of this mail id is email@example.com. This special service is available in 12 different languages of the country. In these languages you can read Hindi, English, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam. You can take support of Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese and Urdu.