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Aadhaar Enrolment For Newborns In Hospitals Soon

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is planning to enroll newborns in Aadhaar shortly. Aadhar has been enrolled by 99.7% of the adult population, and currently, the focus is on enrolling newborns. Every year, around 2–2.5 billion infants are born. The chief executive officer stated They are in the process of registering them in Aadhar.

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When a child is born, an Aadhar card will be given to them after a photo is taken. Children under the age of five have their biometrics documented, but they are connected to one of the parents. Biometrics will be taken once a kid reaches the age of five. Every year, about ten crore individuals update their names, addresses, and phone numbers

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