UIDAI has ordered state governments to verify the identity of a person before accepting the Aadhaar card either in physical or electronic form.
Aadhaar Verification : If you want to avoid Aadhaar fraud, then you have to take care of some important things. Because due to the rapidly increasing digital transactions and use of documents in the country, the risk of fraud is also increasing. In view of this, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has ordered the state governments to verify the identity of a person before accepting the Aadhaar card either in physical or electronic form. Scams and frauds on the rise in the countryOnline Scam and Fraud) UIDAI has asked the State Governments to ensure that the concerned body authenticates/verifies the resident whenever Aadhaar is presented as proof of identity or using Aadhaar as an identity document to prevent and prevent cases of .
The Ministry of Electronics and IT said in a directive dated 24 November 2022 that any Aadhaar card (Aadhaar letter, e-Aadhaar, Aadhaar PVC card and mAadhaar) can be verified using QR code. QR code scanner is also available for windows application with android and ios based mobile phones.
advantage of verification
According to UIDAI’s tweet, to avoid any kind of possible fraud or scam, before accepting Aadhaar, you must confirm its veracity. This can be easily verified by scanning the QR code available on all forms of Aadhaar through mAadhaar app or Aadhaar QR.
How to verify online
- First official website https://myaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/verifyAadhaar Go to
- Now enter your Aadhaar number and captcha code.
- After that click on the option ‘Proceed and verify Aadhaar’.
- After this your Aadhaar will be verified.
How to verify by scanning with QR code
- First of all download and open mAadhaar app in your mobile.
- After that launch the QR code scanner.
- Now scan the QR code present on the base.
- Now verify it with the original copy of Aadhaar.
English News Headline : UIDAI issued Guidelines regarding Aadhaar Verification mandatory for online fraud.