If you have enrolled for Aadhar card before 1st April 2012 and have not received your Aadhaar number then you might need to re-enrol for your UID number. The data of lot of people who enrolled for Aadhaar in the first phase has either gone missing or is no more in condition for use due to some encryption errors. The UIDAI on Monday told the Delhi government that those people whose status on the website is showing that “can’t be processed due to technical reasons” have to enrol once again in order to get a unique 12-digit ID number for them. However, those who have given their biometric details to the National Population Register (NPR) will not be required to enrol again for Aadhaar.
According to the stats, out of 1.67 crore people in Delhi 1.37 crore have already enrolled for Aadhaar. The state government has also made Aadhar card compulsory for accessing more than 20 services including property and marriage registration. The government now says that they have no prepared available records of the people who enrolled before 1st April 2012.
Who has to enrol again?
The UIDAI has clearly mentioned that one who has already enrolled for Aadhaar and falls under on of the following 3 categories has to re-enroll:
- If the status on E-Aadhaar website is showing “rejected”.
- If the status shows “not found”.
- If the enrolment has been done before 1st April 2012 and the status shows “can’t be processed due to technical reasons”.
If you fall in any of the above mentioned categories then please hurry up to enroll once again for Aadhaar before its too late and you are denied of any service.