It’s the new year’s new compulsatory decision by the revenue department of India. Now you will need the Biometric ID to carry out registrations, whether it is of property or the marriage. All in 20 kinds of services, even for domicile and SC/ST certificates, the ID that uses biometrics ( identification by the attributes of physique) is required.
Therefore the UID (Aadhar) which will be our biometric ID is required with the essential documentations for the registration. And if the user didn’t have it then a slip showing the application/enrollment of UID can also be used.
However the applicants have been baffled with this new scheme of UID necessity as most of them are yet to receive their Aadhar cards, while the enrollment slips was something very few were aware of.
Current statistics shows that out of the 1.67 crore population, around 1.37 crore are enrolled for a UID. The Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh is also willing to speak to the authoritarians of UIDAI to quicken the enrollment procedure.
Further the idea is to link the UID with the biometrics However if somebody is not enrolled for Aadhar then he/she should be registered under the National Population Register.
Most of the Indian residents have expressed their interest in this very ID card that will be beneficial to them in terms of ease in use and will lessen the hustle of carrying multiple cards. The compulsion of UID in the registrations is not a caring step if the current number of UID’s delivered are counted but in near future stringent laws in the issuing of Aadhar will be made and the day is no far when we all will have our UID’s in our pockets and registrations will be much easier.