Around 13,29,44,649 numbers have already been issued as per the UIDAI website
GN Bureau | February 17, 2012
Residents who have not got their Aadhar numbers even after enrolling months in advance can obtain them now with just a click at the Aadhar portal. Nandan Nilekani at a press conference in Mumbai has assured that because there are delays in printing and postage, residents can get their numbers by visiting the portal and feeding in their enrollment ID, name and pincode number as recorded in the enrollment slip.
The document will be downloaded in the form of an e-letter only after the data provided gets verified by the authority. This exercise has been launched to curb the delays the authority is facing in printing and posting the cards to the residents.
Around 13, 29, 44,649 numbers have already been issued as per the UIDAI website.
In the regular process, the UID number gets generated within a month after the enrollment but the applicants receive them only after 45 days since all the Adhaar letters are to be dispatched from Bangalore via post.
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