To address the public demand for Aadhar camp, as there are many residents of the Rehari Colony as well as nearby localities who were facing difficulty and hardship to avail certain government facilities due to the lack of Aadhar number, BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma inaugurated an “Aadhar Enrolment Camp” in the presence of senior citizens and local BJP leaders at his residence in Rehari area of Jammu West Constituency.
While addressing the public gathered to avail the facility, Sat Sharma said that Aadhar number is a 12 digit unique identity number issued to all Indian residents based on their biometric and demographic data, is the world’s largest biometric ID system, covering maximum Indian population under its database. He said that the Aadhar system is enabling the fair distribution of government subsidies, policies and schemes to the needy population and has been successful to a great extent in plugging the leakage of the funds meant for the poor and the downtrodden. He said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been flooding the Indian administration with the fool proof systems to reach out to the last man standing in the society working with the aim of “Nation First, Party second, Self Last”.
He said that although the majority of the population has been covered under the facility, but still many persons have been suffering, as they have missed out the earlier drive for the registration with the Aadhar database due to one or other reasons and as presently many facilities are being linked with the same, so they are facing difficulty in taking advantage of them. He said that to overcome this, camp has been organized to facilitate the registration for the left out people at their doorsteps. He appealed to the general public to come and avail the facility promptly. While responding to the public demand, he said that the camp will certainly continue for one more day, if it seems that the more persons are still left.
The camp was conducted with the help of Jammu West Tehsildar, Ram Lal Sharma, Nazir, Ajay Sharma and other field staff.