People don’t have to walk around to link the cell phone number to Aadhar and correct the number. People don’t have to walk around to link the cell phone number to Aadhaar and correct the number.

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Now the villagers no longer have to walk to link the cell phone number in Aadhaar or to correct the incorrect cell phone number they have already entered. The post office will now offer this service through the post office in the village itself. The Ministry of Post is constantly striving to provide better facilities for consumers. In this sequence, India Post Payment Bank Gramin Dak provided Sevaks with a smartphone and biometric device to open accounts. Now, through this smartphone, Dak Sevaks will do the job of correcting the wrong number and adding the mobile number on consumers’ Aadhaar card. For this, the consumer has to pay the prescribed fee of Rs 50. Fifty Dak Sevaks were issued by UIDAI to register cell phone numbers on the Aadhar card and correct incorrect numbers. Cell phones and devices are available with 280 Dak Sevaks in the district. Efforts are being made to obtain IDs from the remaining post office workers. It is known that there is one main post office, 53 sub post offices and 326 branch post offices in the district. In this regard, Udayshankar Upadhyay, senior manager of India Post Payment Bank, said that the IDs of fifty Dak Sevaks were issued by UIDAI. Work is in progress to obtain ID cards for the remaining postal workers. The work on linking cell phone numbers to Aadhaar and correcting incorrect numbers is done by Dak Sevaks.

Now the villagers no longer have to walk to link the cell phone number in Aadhaar or to correct the incorrect cell phone number they have already entered. The post office will now offer this service through the post office in the village itself. The Ministry of Post is constantly striving to provide better facilities for consumers. In this sequence, India Post Payment Bank Gramin Dak provided Sevaks with a smartphone and biometric device to open accounts. Now, through this smartphone, Dak Sevaks will do the job of correcting the wrong number and adding the mobile number on consumers’ Aadhaar card. For this, the consumer has to pay the prescribed fee of Rs 50. Fifty Dak Sevaks were issued by UIDAI to register cell phone numbers on the Aadhar card and correct incorrect numbers. Cell phones and devices are available with 280 Dak Sevaks in the district. Efforts are being made to obtain IDs from the remaining post office workers. It is known that there is one main post office, 53 sub post offices and 326 branch post offices in the district. In this regard, Udayshankar Upadhyay, senior manager of India Post Payment Bank, said that the IDs of fifty Dak Sevaks were issued by UIDAI. Work is in progress to obtain ID cards for the remaining postal workers. The work on linking cell phone numbers to Aadhaar and correcting incorrect numbers is done by Dak Sevaks.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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