Aadhaar is Must for Death Certificate from October 1

New Delhi: Even now life insurance corporation used to promise to live with life and even after life, but now the Aadhar card is also going to be necessary even after life. The Central Government has decided that for the death certificate from October 1, the Aadhaar number will be registered, then the death certificate will be issued.

The Home Ministry has taken this decision on Friday. The government claims that it will take steps to curb fraud. This new order of the Home Ministry will come into effect on October 1. Jammu and Kashmir, Assam and Meghalaya have been kept away from the moment.

The recipient of the death certificate will have to register the basis of the deceased’s base number or the base. On the basis of which there is no Aadhaar number, the Home Ministry says that in such a death certificate it will be recorded that the deceased has no Aadhaar card. Apart from this, the government has also said that giving any wrong information about this will be considered as a crime. Along with the basis of the deceased, a close family member, such as husband, wife, parents or son-daughter, will also have to enter the base no-death certificates.

The Office of the Registrar General, working under the Home Ministry, said that the use of the Aadhaar will be in ensuring the accuracy of the details given by relatives or dependents or relatives of the acquaintances of the deceased.

This identity will provide an effective way to prevent fraud. This will also help in the identification of the dead person. In addition, it will eliminate the need to prepare many documents to prove the identity of the deceased person.