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The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is a statutory authority established on 12 July 2016 by the Government of India under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, under the provisions of the Aadhaar Act 2016.
The UIDAI is mandated to assign a 12-digit unique identification (UID) number (termed as Aadhaar) to all the residents of India.
Starting with issuing of first UID in September 2010, the UIDAI has been targeting to issue an Aadhaar number to all the residents that (a) is robust enough to eliminate duplicate and fake identities, and (b) can be verified and authenticated in an easy and cost-effective way online anywhere, anytime.
The Government of India in a notification dated 16 December 2010 recognizes the letter issued by Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) containing details of name, address and Aadhaar number, as an officially valid document.
It submitted its report to the then Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee on 7 January 2000. Advani, was formed to study the recommendations and examine possible implemenatation. The card would be first issued in border villages and then elsewhere.
Among its various recommendations, was the proposal that citizens in villages in border region be issued identity cards on a priority basis, later such ID cards should be issued to all people living in border states. In late September 2001, the Ministry of External Affairs proposed that a mandatory national identity card be issued.
The unique ID would also qualify for as a valid ID while availing various government services, like a LPG connection or subsidised ration or kerosene from PDS or benefits under NSAP or pension schemes, e-sign, digital locker, According to the UIDAI website, any Aadhaar holder or service provider can verify an Aadhaar number for its genuineness through a user-friendly service of UIDAI called Aadhaar Verification Service (AVS) available on its website.
In 1999 after the Kargil war, the Kargil Review Committee, headed by security analyst K.
Subrahmanyam, was formed to study the state of national security. The report said that a "multi-purpose National Identity Card" project would be started soon.
Despite it's validity being challenged in the court, the central government has pushed (often coerced) citizens to link their Aadhaar numbers with a host of services including mobile sim cards, bank accounts, Employee Provident Fund etc.
and a large number of welfare schemes including but not limited to Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, Public Distribution System, and Old age pensions.