One side where people are struggling to obtain their Aadhaar numbers, incidents of finding Aadhar card in garbage also not coming to a halt. The recent such news is from Himayunpur village of Firozabad district of Uttar Pradesh where about one dozen Aadhar cards were found in garbage in a street. Local people gathered on hearing about lying Aadhar cards behind the CL Jain College. People also questioned about those who threw away Aadhar cards here instead of delivering them to their respective receivers. Mahesh Savita told that there were no Aadhar cards there at night but in the morning see found a dozen of Aadhaar card in the garbage. A sweeper then arrived there and took all the Aadhaar letters with him. People got furious on this and said they enroll for Aadhaar after standing for hours in long queue but their Aadhaar cards are thrown away like this in garbage.
The Aadhaar enrollment process is still underway in the Nawanshahr district of Punjab. People of all age group and group are enrolling for Aadhaar card. The enrollment centre has been setup at the Baradari garden of the city. People are gathering in huge numbers here for enrollment. A total of 80 people were enrolled for Aadhar card on Wednesday. Supervisor Pawanpreet Kaur, Maninder Sharma, Raghudeep, Ajay Kumar and Arun Kumar told that people are excited about Aadhaar enrollment. They told that the enrollment is being done 5 days a week from 9 AM to 5 PM. On Saturday the timing for enrollment is between 9 to 12 O’clock.
The Aadhaar enrollment process is underway at the Landeke village near the Samalsar town of Moga district in Punjab. Sarpanch Gurmkh Singh and Jaspreet Singh told that the information is being given to every individual regarding the uses of Aadhaar and its future aspects. About 6000 people have enrolled for Aadhaar in the Landeke village of Moga.