UIDAI operates toll-free numbers to communicate with the people. Any person who wants to get his query answered can file a complaint or give a suggestion for improvement by calling the toll-free numbers 1947 or 1800 300 1947 which operates 24×7 all 365 days of the year. These numbers are operated by UIDAI. Apart from these numbers, there are grievance redressal units in most of the regional offices of the organisation.
Aadhaar is one of the most widely used government approved identification cards that contains both demographic and biometric details of the card holder. The government is linking a number of schemes and other legal instruments with Aadhaar to prove the authenticity of linked documents. Deadlines have been set up for linking various instruments with Aadhaar. UIDAI has made various provisions for people to avail these services easily. People can contact Aadhaar card customer care phone number to get their queries answered. These contact details can also be used to file a complaint or register a grievance. To Downlaod Aadhar Card Visit here
UIDAI is headquartered in New Delhi. People can write to UIDAI directly to get answers to their questions at:
Unique Identification Authority of India
Government of India
3rd Floor, Tower II, Jeevan Bharti Building,
Connaught Circus, New Delhi – 110001
Regional Contact Numbers
UIDAI has set up a number of regional Aadhar centres to monitor and manage its operations. These centres are stationed in a number of cities spread across the map of India. Most of these centres have a grievance redressal unit where people can call and share their issues to get speedy resolutions. The contact details of these centres are:
Regional Centre :- Chandigarh
Telephone Number :- 0172-2711947
Fax :- 0172-2711717
E-mail :- firstname.lastname@example.org
Address :- SCO 139-141, 3rd and 4th Floor, Sector 17-C, Chandigarh-160017
Regional Centre :- New Delhi
Telephone Number :- 011-23481126
Address:- Ground Floor, Pragati Maidan Metro Station, New Delhi-110001
UIDAI has set up an active grievance redressal mechanism. There are a number of channels through which people can file complaints and get them addressed. Some of these are mentioned below:
Through Toll-free Number – People can call 1947 and get their grievances addressed through phone. Alternatively, they can place a call to regional centres and get their issues resolved.
By Post – People can send their issues addressed through post. They can send a letter to any of the Regional Centres or UIDAI headquarters.
By E–mail – People can also share their grievances by e-mailing their complaints to email@example.com
Filing Complaints Online through the Resident Portal
An applicant can file complaints online. The applicant can fill the form at https://goo.gl/ac84EU and submit his complaints online to get it addressed in least possible time. The applicant has to fill details such as – Enrolment ID, personal details, location and complaint details and submit the form. An update on your request will be provided to you through e-mail or mobile number. Complaints through this mechanism can be filed against:
Non-generation of Aadhaar card
Operator and Enrolment Agencies
Credit Score affects your Loan & Credit Card Eligibility
People can check the status of the Aadhar complaint filed through the resident portal at https://goo.gl/eiFf1d. They simply have to provide the complaint ID and click on Submit button after entering the security code.