Aadhaar card has been lost and there is no mobile phone number registered with us, get a new card like this

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The Aadhaar Card is an important document, there are many things that cannot be done without the Aadhaar Card. In such a situation, if Aadhar’s card is lost, then the problem increases. The problem is compounded even when you don’t have a registration number. Now you don’t have to worry because today we will give you information on how you can get your Aadhaar card again, even if you don’t pass the registration number. For individuals’ information, please let us know that the Aadhaar card requires a fee of Rs 50 to reprint. During the process, you will receive the OTP, so if you have a registration number then it is a good thing, but if the registration number is not present then it is not a cause for concern.
This is how to get reprint of Aadhaar card 1) The first thing is you should go to the official website of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) www.uidai.gov.in.
2) On the home page of the website, the option Reprint of order Aadhaar (Pilot Base) that appears in the section Get Aadhaar will appear. Click on it.
3) After this, you must click on the Aadhaar number, the Security Code and Request OTP. Note that here you will get two options: if you don’t have a registered mobile phone number, click Send OTP after checking Don’t have registered mobile phone number. 4) After clicking Send OTP, you will get OTP in Mobile Phone Number, Please insert it in the OTP box on the right side of the screen. 5) The Aadhaar card preview show will take place after registering OTP. Information such as name, date of birth, address, etc. will be displayed in the preview. What you should keep in mind is that if you have not logged in with the registered mobile phone number, after entering OTP, it will not show the preview of the Aadhaar card. 6) After this, you must click on Make payment. There will be a charge of 50 rupees, you can pay by debit or credit card, Internet banking or UPI through any of these means.
7) After payment, the Aadhaar card will arrive at the address indicated on the Aadhaar card.

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