Governor reviews Progress of Aadhaar Card Enrolment

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JAMMU: Governor N. N. Vohra Thursday reviewed the progress of enrolment under the National Population Register and issuance of Aadhaar cards.

 

Status as on 16 March, 2016

Total population: 1,25,41,302

No. of people enrolled: 88,25,556

Cards issued: 73,87,321

 

8 lakh cards generated since January 2016

4.78 lakh enrolled.

 

Month Enrolled  Issued

Jan –  1,67,0772,25,106

Feb –   1,41,2214,08,045

Mar –  1,70,2271,69,532

 

District Wise Status

Leh                 82,482 (62 %)

Kargil                   94,568 (67%)

Srinagar              641,194 (52%)

Ganderba            l205,643 (69%)

Baramullah          714,328 (71%)

Kupwara               520,507 (60%)

Bandipore            263,066 (67%)

Kulgam                 355,675 (84%)

Budgam               581,705 (77%)

Poonch                315,871 (66%)

Rajouri                  412,452 ( 64%)

Pulwama              400,244 (71%)

Shopian               222,346 (84%)

Anantnag             686,548 (64%)

Reasi                  239,703 (76%)

Kishtwar              183,373 (79%)

Ramban              227,561 (80%)

Doda                   323,423 (79%)

Udhampur          457,772  (82%)

Kathua                464,531 (75%)

Jammu                 1,156,059 (76%)

Samba                 276,505 (87%)

  

Aadhar Cards Issued

 

Leh                82,069

Kargil             92,325

Srinagar        4,28,641

Ganderbal    1,77,973

Baramulla     5,81,221

Kupwara        4,78,713

Bandipore      2,34,546

Kulgam          3,42,707

Budgam         4,44,395

Poonch           2,33,287

Rajouri           2,71,492

Pulwama        3,33,688

Shopian        1,78,804

Anantnag       6,10,984

Reasi             2,21,693

Kishtwar        1,34,129

Ramban        2,01,026

Doda             2,64,077

Udhampur     3,49,696

Kathua            4,20,811

Jammu           1062489

Samba            2,42,555

 

The Governor has directed the State Census Department to significantly speed up the process by holding camps in the field and outside large offices to enable people to enroll themselves closer to their villages and places of work.

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