India has adopted an individual unique identification system which is followed in most of the countries abroad with an intention to cater to all the requirements of people who are residing in India and has named it as Aadhaar or Unique Identification Number (UID). The system enables to provide targeted services to individuals apart from enhancing the safety and security of the nation.
UIDAI works complementary numbers to speak with the individuals. Any individual who needs to get his inquiry addressed can record a grievance or give a proposal for development by calling the complementary numbers 1947 or 1800 300 1947 which works 24×7 every one of the 365 days of the year. These numbers are worked by UIDAI. Aside from these numbers, there are complaint redressal units in a large portion of the local workplaces of the association.
Aadhaar is one of the most broadly utilized government endorsed distinguishing proof cards that contains both segment and biometric subtleties of the card holder. The legislature is connecting various plans and other lawful instruments with Aadhaar to demonstrate the legitimacy of connected reports. Cutoff times have been set in the mood for connecting different instruments with Aadhaar. UIDAI has made different arrangements for individuals to profit these administrations without any problem. Individuals can contact Aadhaar card client care telephone number to get their questions replied. These contact subtleties can likewise be utilized to record an objection or register a complaint.
Provincial Contact Numbers
UIDAI has set up various provincial Aadhar focuses to screen and deal with its activities. These focuses are positioned in various urban communities spread over the guide of India. The majority of these focuses have a complaint redressal unit where individuals can call and share their issues to get expedient goals. The contact subtleties of these focuses are:
UIDAI Data Centre, Technology Centre-Office Complex Plot No. 1, Sector-M2, IMT Manesar, Manesar (Gurugram) – 122050
UIDAI has set up an active grievance redressal mechanism. There are a number of channels through which people can file complaints and get them addressed. Some of these are mentioned below:
Through Toll-free Number – People can call 1947 and get their grievances addressed through phone. Alternatively, they can place a call to regional centres and get their issues resolved.
By Post – People can send their issues addressed through post. They can send a letter to any of the Regional Centres or UIDAI headquarters.
By E–mail – People can also share their grievances by e-mailing their complaints to [email protected]
Filing Complaints Online through the Resident Portal
An applicant can file complaints online. The applicant can fill the form at https://goo.gl/ac84EU and submit his complaints online to get it addressed in least possible time. The applicant has to fill details such as – Enrolment ID, personal details, location and complaint details and submit the form. An update on your request will be provided to you through e-mail or mobile number. Complaints through this mechanism can be filed against:
Non-generation of Aadhaar card
Operator and Enrolment Agencies
People can check the status of the Aadhar complaint filed through the resident portal at https://goo.gl/eiFf1d. They simply have to provide the complaint ID and click on Submit button after entering the security code.