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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Beware - Your Smart Phone may Stop Working!

Beware - Your Smart Phone may Stop Working!

Are You Using Recycle Mobile Numbers
We had already alerted the public in general that with effect from 1st July 2017, their PAN Card may become redundant and canceled if they fail to Link their PAN with Aadhar on or before the midnight of 30th June 2017.

Now it is the turn of Mobile Numbers to go blank anytime as all mobile phone numbers in the country, whether pre-paid or post, will be linked to Aadhaar number in the coming months. This is a mandatory exercise ordered by the Government. Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has sent a notice to all the telecom operators that all phone numbers in the country need to be re-verified using e-KYC processes powered by Aadhaar card. Any unverified number or any number that is not linked to an Aadhaar number will be illegal in India after February 6, 2018. The Government notification comes after Supreme Court ruling in February this year that all the mobile numbers should have verified users but it never suggested that verification should be through biometric authentication via Aadhar of the Mobile User. In my opinion, the Government must ban issue of not more than one SIM to any Aadhar Card holder as I fear that the public can misuse the facility and illiterate India, without knowing the legal and criminal complications, may get issued dozens of SIMs through Aadhar Biometric Authentication to sell the SIMs to other persons and individuals at premium who do not want to get themselves verified just to be caught by the Economic Offences or other wings of Investigating agencies. It is a forewarning to the Government of India well in advance (today is 1st June 2017) as I am sure that powerful Lobby of Telecom Operators India will never like limits to be put on the issuance of one and only one SIM per Aadhar Card Holder in India. 

I remember the conversation between 2 passengers onboard super fast train No.4682 from Rajpura in Punjab to Saharanpur in West UP in the year 2004 when the mobile numbers were the privilege of the privileged few. The Exact Conversation is as under:

Passenger A:  Yaar, I keep 4 mobile SIMs in my wallet.
Passenger B:  Why So?
Passenger A:  I use SIM No.1 in Punjab, SIM No.2 in Haryana, SIM No.3 in UP and 4th SIM in New Delhi as the train commences in Punjab and terminates in New Delhi after passing through Haryana and UP West.
Passenger A:  That's fine to save roaming charges - thanks to no limits on issuing of any number of SIMs.
Passenger A: Really the mobile has changed the way of life. Now it is very easy to operate. Only recently we were smuggling goods without Sales Tax in a Van and the Police were chasing the vehicle. One of our people was also behind the Sales Tax/Police Jeep and informing the Van Driver about the location of the Police Jeep. He also guided escape routes to the driver.

Now, imagine such people will never try to get verified SIMs and will try to purchase Aadhaar Verified SIMs at Hefty Premiums to escape the clutches of the Investigating agencies and the poor illiterate people mainly from rural India and  will face the music for selling their Aadhar verified SIMs to unscrupulous elements at premium without knowing the consequences - thanks to the DOT, Government of India, who can not dare to ask the powerful Lobby of Telecom Operators in India to limit the issuance of one and only one SIM to any Aadhar Card Holders and that too with age restrictions for issuance of SIM Cards to Minors. But the question is whether the Date of Birth inserted on Aadhars is duly verified or not. Let the Government of India - announce with full authority that Aadhar, the Unique Identity Number is a valid proof of Identity, Name, Date of Birth, and Address. I am of the confirmed opinion that the Registrar of Deaths and Births come under the purview of the State Governments whereas State Governments in India are not at all co-operating with the Central Government as States are governed by regional political parties and they have their vested interest to not to digitalise their population registers, voters data, and registration of birth and deaths. If one and only one SIM to every Aadhar Card holder with age of more than say 15 years is implemented I am sure that Crime Rate in India will drop drastically. There is no fun issuing Mobile Numbers to minors below 15 years - as in my opinion to Deal with Minors is not a Minor Issue.

The DoT (GOI) has already sent notices to all the telecom operators in India to verify the details of mobile subscribers  through KYC biometric authentication using Aadhar. It has been made mandatory to verify and link all mobile numbers with Aadhar. If it is not done then the operator is empowered to cut the mobile connection without any further notice after February 2018. The subscriber of two big operators - Idea and Airtel have already started receiving messages from their respective operators in this regard.

What to do on receiving message from your Telecom Operator:

  • Visit the nearest Retail Store of your Operator.
  • You need to carry your Aadhar Card and Phone Number - and provide these details to the representative of the Telecom Operator.
  • The representative will send a verification code on your Mobile Number.
  • You will have to confirm the verification code to the representative of retail store.
  • Then you will be asked to be got verified through fingerprint biometric authentication process.
  • Finally you will get Final Verification Message with in 24 hours and you have to reply the Final Message with "Y".
It is better for you to get the process completed as soon as possible - because during January 2018 and Februrary 2018, when the deadline expires, there will be huge rush in the retail stores of all telecom operators and you might have to wait in serpentine queues for hous as was the case in case of demonetization of 500 and 1000 notes in November 2016. I can easily project that similar situation will arise in November 2017 to February 2018 as you can not even send your representative to give your fingerprints. But I think that the process may get easier in case the GOI allows the Common Services Centres in India and other shopkeepers and retailers, who possess the fingerprint scanners, to complete the process in their nukkad, mohalla, society, village to avoid crowds at Retail Stores of Telecom Operators.
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