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garrypiyu

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garrypiyu

how to know how many sim card and there no are regestered on my adhar card

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CHITTABARIK

Maximum 9 SIM connections per person is permitted. If those SIMs are issued based on Aadhar identity, then you may be able to get details of all SIMs issued on your Aadhar . Other-wise it will be very difficult to identify such number of connections in a particular name from all service providers across the country.

 

Sent from my SM-G550FY using RTI INDIA mobile app

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Prasad GLN

Now each service provider is sending SMS to mobiles to link with AADHAR.

As you have informed as regestered on my adhar card

You can file RTI Application and seek such information from UIDAI.

Please search website of UIDAI, go through RTI Rules and Regulations to locate PIO address, format of application.

You can enclose Rs.10/- Postal order fvg: Accounts officer, UIDAI payable at New Delhi as RTI fees.

 

Application dt.3rd Jun,2017 seeking information under RTI Act.

Before : CPIO, UIDAI, NewDelhi.

RTI Fee: Postal Order No...Rs.10/-

Applicant:............................

 

Information solicited:

1.Please provide number of SIM Cards issued in the following name, providing information of that service provider and allotted mobile no. issued on the basis of AADHAR....................................Name:..............................

(Copy of AAdhar enclosed as xerox through paste as identity for more details on back of this application.

 

Applicant.

 

You can write to service provider for cancellation of such service numbers not applied or belonging to you stating that the SIM was applied by fake document in your name by some others . Send this notice by Registered post enclosing copy of the UIDAI response.

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RAVEENA_O

Max of 9 SIM connections per person is permitted. If those SIMs are issued based on Aadhar identity, then you may be able to get details of all SIMs issued to particular Aadhar holder. Other-wise it will be very difficult to identify such number of connections in a particular name from all service providers across the country. When you submit identity documents to Hotels or any other place, please write on it "submitted to ...... Hotel, Mumbai (Dadar) on 10/01/2016" across the document, so that it cannot be used for any other purpose

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Prasad GLN

Now that AADHAR is made mandatory, even the existing service providers were directed to obtain such linkage within one year. You will be receiving such AADHAR Messages and if some one has been using your SIM, you will be coming to know of it after one year only, as that individual fails to link the same to your AADHAR.

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