"People come early in the morning before daybreak to get themselves registered. Then they have to come again at the time given to them to get themselves registered and give their fingerprints as well as retina scans. By paying money you can bypass the entire process," Rathod said. R.K. Scooger, deputy municipal commissioner at VMC stated that the employee in question has been removed from his position and that the firm handling the registrations has been issued a notice.
In this one act, Rathod has made an example of this registration office and the individual behind the scam. To clear the Aadhar card process of these types of scams works to reduce the frustration felt by those who move through the registration process by following the rules, waiting in long lines, and anticipate their cards for months. Rathod may be setting a higher standard for those in the registration offices, but also for his fellow applicants to report any behavior that is detrimental to the registration process.
It is the hope of Aadhar-Card.com that registration offices will continue to improve upon the Aadhar card process and that the wait time will be significantly reduced for applicants. As it is the goal to provide all citizens of India with a uniform identification card that is accepted throughout the country, trust should be increased between both private and public entities, as well as the residents of India. This is why Rathod’s action is so exemplary. He is one citizen looking out for the interests of other citizens and the idea of the Aadhar cards as a whole.
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