Aadhar to be linked with Driver’s License: Ravi Shankar Prasad

New Delhi: At the recently concluded 106th Indian Science Congress, Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that the Government might very soon make linking of Aadhar and Driver’s Licence mandatory. He said that once the said Bill gets passed in both houses, the linking could be made mandatory.

“We are soon going to bring a law which will make it mandatory to link Aadhaar with driving licence”, he said to Indian Express.

Explaining the move, Prasad said that any culprit might cause an accident and flee the scene. He/she might get another DL using fake details. If his/her DL gets linked with the Aadhar, then this move will not be possible.

Steps to Link Aadhaar with Driving Licences Online

Driving Licenses are issued by the Road Transport Department of every state or the union territory. Thus, the online method to link Aadhaar with driving licenses varies from one state to another. However, the process as a whole will remain the same. Here’s how you can link driving licences with Aadhaar online:

Step 1: Visit your state/UT road transport department’s website.

Step 2: Click on the “Link Aadhaar” option.

Step 3: Now select the “Driving License” from the drop down menu.

Step 4: Now enter your driving license number and click on the “Get Details” option.

Step 5: Your driving license details will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Enter your 12-digit Aadhaar number and mobile number in fields provided.

Step 7: Remember that your mobile number should be the one registered with UIDAI.

Step 8: Click on the “Submit” button to complete the process.

Step 9: A confirmation message will be sent to your mobile number.

Step 10: The process can be used at the websites of all state transport departments.

106th Indian Science Congress was being held at Lovely Professional University in Phagwara, Punjab on Sunday.

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