Aadhaar is one of the most commonly used government-issued identity cards, and it includes both demographic and biometric information about the cardholder. To establish the validity of connected papers, the government is connecting a number of programs and other legal instruments with Aadhaar. Deadlines have been established for connecting various instruments to Aadhaar. The UIDAI has established a number of arrangements to make it easier for individuals to access these services. People may have their questions resolved by calling the Aadhaar card customer service phone number. These contact information can also be used to make a complaint or a grievance.
To connect with the public, UIDAI uses a toll-free Aadhar Card Customer Care Number. Anyone with a question can submit a complaint or make a proposal for improvement by contacting the toll-free lines 1947 or 1800 300 1947, which are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. UIDAI is in charge of these numbers. Aside from these numbers, most of the organization’s regional offices have grievance redressal sections.
You can contact the UIDAI using the toll-free hotline, social media, or email if you have any issues, want to give comments, or want clarification.
The UIDAI’s headquarters are in New Delhi. The following is the address of the UIDAI’s headquarters:
Bangla Sahib Road, Government of India
In the shadow of Kali Mandir,
New Delhi – 110001, Gole Market
011-23478653 is the phone number.
To monitor and manage its activities, UIDAI has established a number of regional Aadhar centers. These centers are located in a variety of cities around India. Most of these centers feature a grievance redressal unit where individuals may contact and express their problems in order to get them resolved quickly. These centers’ contact information is as follows:
|Regional Center||Phone Number||Address|
|UIDAI Regional Office, 03rd Floor, UP State Construction & Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd. Building, TC-46/V, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow – 226 010||[email protected]|
|New Delhi||011-23481126||Ground Floor, Pragati Maidan Metro Station, New Delhi-110001||–|
|Mumbai||1947||UIDAI Regional Office, 7th Floor, MTNL Exchange Building, G.D. Somani Marg, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai – 400 005||[email protected]|
|Chandigarh||0172-2711947||SCO 139-141, 3rd and 4th Floor, Sector 17-C, Chandigarh-160017||[email protected]|
|Ranchi||0651-6450145||UIDAI Regional Office, 1st Floor, RIADA Central Office Building Namkum Industrial Area, Near STPI Lowadih, Ranchi – 834 010||[email protected]|
|Hyderabad||040-23739266||6th Floor, East Block, Swarna Jayanthi Complex, Beside Matrivanam, Ameerpet Hyderabad-500 038, Telangana State||[email protected]|
|Guwahati||0361-2221819||Block-V, First Floor, HOUSEFED Complex, Beltola-Basistha Road, Dispur, Guwahati – 781 006||[email protected]|
|Gurugram||0124-2678306||UIDAI Data Centre, Technology Centre-Office Complex Plot No. 1, Sector-M2, IMT Manesar, Manesar (Gurugram) – 122050||[email protected]|
|Bengaluru||080-22340104||Khanija Bhavan, No. 49, 3rd Floor, South Wing Race Course Road, Bengaluru – 560001||[email protected]|
The UIDAI has established a Contact Centre to resolve concerns and questions about Aadhaar updates, enrolment, and other services. When the enrolling procedure is completed, an acceptance slip is issued with the Enrolment Number (EID) printed on it. To contact the UIDAI Contact Centre, you will need to present your EID.
Email ID: [email protected]
Online Through the Resident Portal
A complaint can be filed using the UIDAI’s Public Grievance Portal (https://pgportal.gov.in/). The Centralized Public Grievance Redress And Monitoring System is the name of this website (CPGRAMS).
Please keep in mind that you must be a registered user to file a complaint on this portal. If you are a registered user, follow the steps below to complete the User Login process:
If you are a new user (i.e., not a registered user), you must complete the Registration / Sign-up Form.
After you’ve registered, you may file a complaint using the following procedure:
Following the submission of your grievance, the following steps are taken to remedy your issue:
*The Deputy Director serves as the Public Grievance Officer for UIDAI.
The following are the modes available through the Public Grievance Portal:
Postal complaints can be directed to UIDAI Regional Offices or Headquarters. The concerns are investigated and then forwarded to the appropriate Regional Office or Concerned Section. However, before the grievance is forwarded to the Regional Office or Concerned Section, it must be approved by the Deputy Director. The Concerned Section or Regional Office then resolves the issue electronically. Interim responses.
Q1. Is it possible to obtain information on the Aadhaar Enrolment Centre using the Chatbot?
Yes, you may use the Chatbot to find the nearest Aadhaar Enrolment Centre.
Q2. Is it possible to get the Aadhaar letter online after an update?
Yes, once the request has been granted, you may get the Aadhaar letter online. To obtain the letter, go to https://uidai.gov.in/ and click on ‘Download Aadhaar.’
Q3. Will the Aadhaar number change if I make a modification?
No, if you update your Aadhaar, nothing will change.
Q4. Should I bring the original papers with me when I go to the Aadhaar Enrolment Centre?
Yes, you must bring the original papers with you when you visit the Aadhaar Enrolment Centre.
Q5. Will I have to pay a fee to make changes to my Aadhaar card?
Yes, there will be a charge for making changes to the Aadhaar.