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vikas tomar

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vikas tomar

Hello,

I had apply for aadhar card many time, but till I not get my aadhar card.

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Hello,

I had apply for aadhar card many time, but till I not get my aadhar card.

 

Dear member,

You can file a written complaint to the concerned authority. You can either submit the complaint by hand with the dispatch department of the concerned Public Authority and take an acknowledgment on the photocopy of the complaint or alternately you can mail it by Speed / Registered Post, track the delivery status on internet and when the status shows delivered take a print out and keep it as a proof of delivery of your complaint.

 

Wait for say 15 days after filing the complaint as above and then file a RTI application to seek information on the action taken on it, enclose a acknowledged photocopy of the complaint / postal delivery track report, along with such a RTI application.

 

In addition to above, you may send notice under consumer protection act through an advocate to concerned authority for non-issue of Aadhar card which amounts to deficiency in service in said act.

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