Follow these steps to link your Aadhaar card to the driving license

Jun 12 2019 04:50 PM
Follow these steps to link your Aadhaar card to the driving license

The Aadhaar card in India is used as a citizen's identity and has become an important identity document in the face of many government schemes. However, Aadhaar is not proof of the identity of citizenship in India, but it tells housing and identity. At the same time, Aadhaar has been linked with a number of schemes to ensure that the benefits of government schemes are met by the right people. After Aadhaar verification only the benefits of multiple schemes get to cardholders.

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In today's time, Aadhaar has been made for a lot of work in addition to mandatory income tax returns filing. In the same way, the Government has also made it easier to link Aadhaar cards with driving licenses. The driving license is given by the Ministry of Highways and Road transport and the Government has given the citizens an easy choice to get it linked with Aadhaar. You may want to link the driving license to the base by following some steps online. You must follow these steps for this.

For your information, visit the official website of the Department of Road transport in your State or Union territory. Now click the link Base button. Select the ' Driving License ' option from the drop-down menu here. Enter your driving license number here and click on the ' Get Hotels ' tab. Here you will see the tales of your driving license. Now, enter a 12-digit Aadhaar number and a registered mobile number. Note that this should be the same mobile number that you have linked to Aadhaar. Now Click Submit. Then you will get an OTP on the same number that will have to be confirmed after entering. After these tales are confirmed, you'll find the email id and the confirmation message on the mobile number. The Aadhaar card will thus link your license.

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