If you possess or use a fake Aadhaar card, you are entitled to legal punishment.Image Credit source: AI Bing
Fake Aadhaar: The face, appearance and speech of Indians, Bangladeshis and Pakistanis are almost similar. The cases of infiltration of Bangladeshis and Pakistanis into the country are also increasing rapidly. These people have reached Mumbai, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and cities in the southern part of the country and are living there in a fake manner.
Also, these infiltrators get jobs in these cities through fake documents and get involved in illegal activities. It is very difficult for Indians to identify Bangladeshis and Pakistanis, because these people come here and mingle very quickly. In such a situation, there is a document through which you can identify them online while sitting at home and that is Aadhaar Card.
How the journey of Aadhaar card started
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The 2008 Mumbai attack was carried out by Pakistani terrorists. These people had entered Mumbai via sea and targeted Hotel Taj, Oberoi and CAT along with Nariman Point. Hundreds of Indian and foreign citizens were killed in this attack. When caught, the terrorists were calling themselves Indians. Then the government had started the scheme of Aadhaar card based on unique code for identification of all Indians, which is a biometric identity card. If you find someone’s Aadhaar card to be fake then you can identify it sitting at home.
These are the easy steps for Aadhaar verification
- First of all you have to visit the official website of UIDAI (www.uidai.gov.in).
- Now Verify an Aadhaar No. in the Aadhaar Service section. Have to click on.
- Now you will have to enter the Aadhaar number and enter the captcha code.
- Now you have to click on Proceed To Verify.
- By doing this your Aadhaar verification is completed.
There is a provision for punishment and fine on false grounds.
If you possess or use a fake Aadhaar card, you are entitled to legal punishment. According to the information given on the UIDAI website, if a person is caught using a fake Aadhaar card, he may have to pay a jail term of 3 years and a fine of Rs 10,000.