In the current digital world, everyone needs an Aadhaar card as a form of identification. All services, including banking and using government services, now require Aadhaar cards. Legally mandatory Aadhaar cards are linked to PAN cards, bank accounts, and mobile numbers.
Additionally, it links to cars, insurance policies, and bank accounts. Each person’s name, birth date, gender, address, and photo are all shown on the Aadhaar card.
The 12-digit Aadhaar card number allows you to check your account balance even if you are not close to an ATM or bank location.
The service completely eliminates process issues. Users of the Aadhaar card can transfer money, apply for government aid, or get a PAN card in addition to checking bank account balances.
UIDAI update: How to use your Aadhaar card to check your bank account balance step-by-step
- From your registered cellphone number, dial 9999*1#.
- Aadhaar number, 12 digits, enter.
- Enter your Aadhar number once more to confirm it.
- Your bank balance will be displayed on the screen of a flash SMS that you will get from UIDAI.
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has declared that it is planning and getting ready to offer doorstep services, including updating information and linking your phone number to your Aadhaar.