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Family in Malda receives letters of Aadhaar card deactivation

  • A family in Malda receives letters stating Aadhaar cards have been canceled due to insufficient documentation, fueling apprehensions
  • CM Mamata Banerjee alleges Aadhaar card deactivations in West Bengal as a precursor to the implementation of NRC
  • The Unique Identification Authority of India's Ranchi regional office is purportedly behind the letters, causing panic among affected families

21 Feb 2024

Amidst ongoing allegations and counter-allegations, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has accused authorities of deactivating Aadhaar cards in West Bengal, linking the move to preparations for the National Register of Citizens (NRC).

Fueling the controversy, a family residing in Malda received distressing letters from the post office, informing them of the deactivation of their Aadhaar cards due to purportedly insufficient documentation. Despite declining to appear on camera, the family conveyed their fear and apprehension through email, highlighting the unsettling nature of the situation.

The letters, allegedly dispatched from the Unique Identification Authority of India's Ranchi regional office, have intensified concerns among affected families, who now grapple with uncertainty regarding their identification documents' validity and the underlying reasons behind the deactivations.

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