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"- Getting a life certificate is easier with Aadhaar based Jeevan Praman— Aadhaar (@UIDAI) April 13, 2018
- Aadhaar MicroATMs are helping the pensioners with money withdrawal services at doorstep#BenefitsOfAadhaar" pic.twitter.com/lbact0Gajs
How Aadhaar is beneficial to pensioners:
Jeevan Pramaan - External website that opens in a new window is a biometric enabled digital service for pensioners. Pensioners of Central government, state government or any other government organization can take benefit of this facility. Getting a life certificate is easier with Aadhaar based Jeevan Praman.
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Aadhaar benefits for others:
- Aadhaar brings transparency, ensuring the direct transfer of the LPG subsidy into the recipient's bank account.— Aadhaar (@UIDAI) April 12, 2018
- Savings from the scheme used to distribute gas connections to BPL families. #BenefitsOfAadhaarpic.twitter.com/vtArSIKDUv
Recently, the UIDAI also brought in digitally-signed QR Code on e-Aadhaar that will contain photograph of the Aadhaar card holder, in addition to demographic details, to facilitate better offline verification of an individual.
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Meanwhile, the Supreme court is also hearing petitions against the compulsory linking of Aadhaar card number with services such as bank accounts, permanent account numbers (PAN), and mobile phone numbers, among others. The Supreme Court, on March 14, extended the 31 March deadline for linking various services to Aadhaar till it delivers its judgment on Aadhaar's constitutional validity. Most recently, the government extended the deadline to link Aadhaar card number with PAN card to June 30. This was the fourth time that the deadline for linking Aadhaar card number with PAN cards was extended.
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