UIDAI deactivated 81 lakh Aadhaar cards, Check Aadhaar cards activate or not at Aadhaar Verification portal, Connecting Aadhaar with PAN card, Link your Aadhaar PAN through Online Web…
So far 81 lakh Aadhaar cardholders across the country have been deactivated by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Aadhar Life Cycle Management (ALLC) has removed Aadhaar numbers based on the provisions of Section 27, 28 of Aadhaar Enrollment Regulation, 2016.
Check Aadhaar card Active
Is your Aadhaar activated? Is your Aadhaar number activated? Or not? Let’s see what this means.
You need to visit the UIDAI website.
1. You can go to the Aadhaar website by clicking on the link below. Click here for Aadhaar Verification website: https://resident.uidai.gov.in/aadhaarverification
2. Enter your Aadhaar number of 12 digits after the page is open. The security code should also place in its box and pressing the Verify button. If your Aadhaar number is activated then a confirmation message appears on the screen. Your age, your state, and the last three digits of your registered mobile number will appear on the screen.
3. If your Aadhaar number is active, no details on the screen are visible. Check Aadhaar Update.
Connecting Aadhaar with PAN card
Has Your Aadhaar connected with PAN card? If not, do it immediately. The Income Tax Department has suggested that the work complete by July 1, 2020. If you do not mind it, there is a risk of your PAN card.
To do this, go to incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in website first. There’s a button called ‘Link Aadhaar’ on the right. (No login to the website). If you click on it, there is another screen indicating that the name mentioned in the PAN, Aadhaar Number and name as per Aadhaar is specified.
Fill all the details in it properly. Complete all your details on your birthday. The name mentioned in your Aadhaar is the same as the name on the PAN card, you can receive confirming from UIDAI that your PAN card has Aadhaar connection,
In Aadhaar and Pan linking: A small changes of names mentioned in Aadhaar and Pan is solved with a one-time password (OTP) for mobile number specifying in Aadhaar. There is hardly any difference in the mention of the name in the PAN and Aadhaar. In this case, the UIDAI websites have to make changes in the NSDL website or Aadhaar regarding Pan. However, it is exempt from people over the age of 80 years. NRIs do not even have the same.
Link Aadhaar with PAN here: https://www1.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/e-FilingGS/Services/LinkAadhaarHome.html
- I have lost my Aadhaar Card. Can I get a reprint My Aadhaar?
Yes, with Order Aadhaar Reprint service with paying a nominal fee of Rs.50 you can get a new one.