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Oct 16, 2018
7:18AM

60-65pc people left out of financial inclusion, social inclusion due to lack of proper identity document around 9 to 10 years ago: CEO UIDAI

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Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) Dr. Ajay Bhushan Pandey said that 60-65 per cent people were left out of financial inclusion as well as social inclusion due to the lack of proper identity document around 9 to 10 years ago. 

Dr. Pandey while giving a lecture on Role of digital technology in Governance organised at the state secretariat in Mumbai today said understanding the need to have one identity document throughout the country steps were taken in this regard.


Dr Pandey said said with the advent of Aadhaar, the country in a real sense has ushered in digital revolution.  The senior officer said, that enrollment of Aadhaar is a matter of pride for every citizen in the country.

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