The Fact News Service
Ludhiana, September 29
Jagraon Additional Deputy Commissioner Daljit Kaur on Thursday reviewed the progress of Aadhaar updation in the district and stressed on the need to expedite the process by sensitizing the people about importance of updation.
The Additional Deputy Commissioner, while presiding over a meeting with heads of education, panchayat and rural development and representatives from Postal, Food and Civil Supplies and other departments, asked the officials to speed up the Aadhaar updation in the district. She said that the officers from banks, post offices, BSNL, program office, Sewa Kendras, Education and others must apprise the people about updating their particulars in aadhar. She said that people could update information online on MyAadhar portal or submit documents at Aadhar registration centers in the district.
Kaur added that special camps would be organized in villages, Schools and Anganwari centres (AWCs) so that population below 18 years could be covered expeditiously in this updation exercise.
She said that a total of 223 Aadhaar kits were available in district besides 26 post offices and 40 Sewa Kendras were operational where people could enroll themselves for Aadhar card.
Meanwhile, Kaur also instructed the officials who were attending the meeting to plan the camps in a way that people could make their Aadhaar cards easily. She also emphasised proper awareness about camps to ensure larger section of population avail benefit of the process.