The project is an eight day affair and soldiers, along with their families, from 23 units under Pune Station cell are expected to register for these cards
GN Bureau | January 16, 2013
Brigadier Joshi launched the Aadhaar card drive for soldiers in Pune Sub Area on January 15 on the occasion of Army day. The project will be implemented in the Southeren Army command if it is successful in the Pune Sub Area according to a report by Indian Express.
The project is an eight day affair and soldiers, along with their families, from 23 units under Pune Station cell are expected to register for these cards.
As mentioned in the report, Colonel Yogesh Chaudhary said that this is the first time that the drive is being implemented in the sub area level.
The camps will begin daily at 10 AM and subsequent phases will cover all areas in the Pune Sub Area.
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