Jammu and Kashmir News
SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 29: Chief Secretary, B R Sharma Wednesday underscored the urgency to ramp up Aadhaar enrollment of citizens of the State.
Chairing the 1st meeting of the Unique Identification Implementation Committee (UIDIC) here, Chief Secretary emphasized on completing the essential Aadhaar enrollment as Aadhaar Card holders will be eligible for receiving food grains, Kerosine and LPG from ration depots and LPG distributors after December 31st 2015.
Chief Secretary asked the Census department to augment districts lagging behind 100% Aadhaar enrollment target and provide these with the necessary number of machines to enable completion of Aadhaar enrollment before December 2015.
Chief Secretary also asked all Deputy Commissioners to mobilize people and proactively facilitate their Aadhaar enrolment. He said use of both Permanent Enrollment Centers (PECs) as well as Mobile Enrollment Centers should be made so that the target of 100% Aadhaar enrolment is achieved in the State.
Issues related to Aadhaar enabled Bio-metric Attendance System (BAS), Jeevan Parman (Computer Generated Digital Life Certificate) for pensioners, and establishment of grievance cell pertaining to Aadhaar enrollments were also discussed in the meeting.