New Delhi. The Aadhaar Card has become an important document for every person. Aadhaar has become a unique ID and is being used everywhere. Recently, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) had clarified that no data related to Aadhaar has been stolen. Every small and big work requires a base. In such a situation, the question is arising in everyone’s mind that my data is not being stolen. So let us tell you that through the Aadhaar Authentication History service of UIDAI website, Aadhaar card holders can know when and how their use of such card happened. By visiting the site, you can know the data of the last 6 months of your Aadhaar card in a pinch. Here is the detail ….!
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On the official website of UIDAI, the option of Aadhar Authentication History has been given, through which you can see the history of the last 6 months of your Aadhar card sitting at home.
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For this, first you have to go to the official website of UIDAI uidai.gov.in and click on the option of ‘My Aadhar’.
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After proceeding, the Aadhaar service section will open, after clicking on the option of ‘Aadhar Authentication History’, you fill in your Aadhaar number and the given captcha image. Then an OTP will come as a message to your mobile number.
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After filling the OTP you will have 2 options. It will have an ‘Authentication Type’ in which details of biometric etc. will be found. At the same time, the second option will be of the ‘data range’. Under this, information is available between a fixed date to another fixed date.
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So finally you can fill all your time frame and get all the information related to the use of your Aadhaar.