New Delhi: At present, the most required document for any job is ‘Aadhar Card’. More than 90% of people in India have their own Aadhar card. But have you ever wondered who made the first Aadhaar card in the country? If not here’s a new product just for you!

The Aadhaar card was introduced during the UPA government. Nandan Nilekani, co-founder of Infosys, led the Aadhaar project. With the advent of Aadhar card, many serious changes have taken place in India. Aadhaar is proof of a person’s identity. His arrival brought transparency to the country and improved many government functions. You need special Aadhar card in various government schemes, banking related jobs, jobs etc. As a result, a large number of people in India are making Aadhar cards. Let’s find out who made the first Aadhaar card in India.

In January 2009, the Government of India established the Unique Identification Authority of India. After the establishment of this authority, the work of making Aadhar card started from September 2010. After that, Aadhar cards were made and distributed to a large number of people in India.

If we talk about the first Aadhar card in India, then the first Aadhar card in the country was made by Ranjana Sonawane on September 29, 2010. Ranjana is a resident of Tambali in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra.

During the UPA government, Aadhar cards were made from Tambali village in Nandubar district of Maharashtra. India’s first Aadhaar card was presented to Ranjana Sonawane in the presence of Sonia Gandhi and then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

Ranjana Sonawane became the first woman to get the first Aadhar card in India. Today, a large number of people in India have their Aadhar card. We all need this to take advantage of the many welfare schemes of the government


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