Aadhaar Alert: Find out if the Aadhaar card given to you is fake or not


Aadhaar Alert: The Aadhaar card has become an important part of every Indian’s life today. Without this, many government services and facilities may have to be denied. However, some cases of fake Aadhaar cards have also come to light. In such a situation, it is correct to see whether the Aadhaar card issued to us or the Aadhaar card submitted by any person to us is valid. For this, UIDAI i.e. Unique Identification Authority of India has given facility on its website. The complete procedure is described at https://resident.uidai.gov.in/verify. For this, Aadhaar Card must be nearby or a 12-digit number written on it. Know the whole process

– Go to www.uidai.gov.in. Choose Hindi language. Here the ‘Verify Aadhaar Number’ option appears when the cursor is moved to ‘My Aadhaar’. Click on it.

– https://resident.uidai.gov.in/verify page will open. It says, “Here you can check whether your Aadhaar or the Aadhaar submitted to you is valid or not.”

– There are options for entering Aadhaar Number and Captcha Verification. After entering the 12 digit Aadhaar Number and the given Captcha code, click on ‘Process to Verify’.

– On click, the message of Aadhaar Verification Completed (Aadhaar Verification completed) comes. It says that the Aadhaar number given is correct and exists.

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Full information of Aadhaar Card holder is not available

The good thing is that Aadhaar Card is verified in this entire process, but the full identity of the Aadhaar card holder is not revealed. The information that is clarified contains the last three digits of the age limit, gender, state and mobile number. From this it can be ascertained whether the Aadhaar Card and the man or woman presenting it are correct.

Use of this service to identify other people

This service is also being used by companies and people who hire or hire others based on their Aadhaar card. In a way, this service is also a way of correctly identifying the person who has presented his base.


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