UIDAI claimed that United AP was the first in the country to achieve 100 per cent Aadhaar enrolment. But the preliminary analysis of the Telangana Intensive Household Survey data reveals an interesting fact. The survey survey bring to light that nearly 70 lakhs people still do not have Aadhaar.
When compared to Census 2011 data, it also revealed that the number of households owning four wheelers, two wheelers, electronic goods, houses among others were significant increase.
Of the 3.11 crores population, who enrolled their particulars in the survey, only 2.43 crores possess Aadhaar. It was found that almost 70 lakh do not possess Aadhaar. This may increase further after analyzing the data of over 10 lakh households.
Principal secretary, panchayat raj department and in charge of household survey Mr Raymond Peter said that the T-government will write to UIDAI to make a start of Aadhaar enrolment to cover this huge deficit. As Telangana government is planning to link Aadhaar with each and every scheme and service from now on offered by it.