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Kerala: NRI applies for Aadhaar card for cat, police register case

Kerala: NRI applies for Aadhaar card for cat, police register case

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Police have registered a prison case in opposition to an NRI and an worker of an IT-based companies supply centre on expenses of making use of Aadhaar card for a cat. The incident was reported from Kasaragod district on Wednesday.

Police stated they acted upon a criticism from the Distinctive Identification Authority of India, after its officers on the regional centre in Bangalore seen {that a} photograph of a cat had been uploaded within the Aadhaar utility kind. The officers had seen the photograph of the pet animal whereas processing the applying for issuing the cardboard.

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Police stated the case was registered in opposition to Azeez Abdulla, an NRI from Kasargode, and a woman workers of an Akshaya centre, an IT-enabled companies supply centre, within the district.

Abdulla needed to take his Persian cat to Gulf, the place he’s employed. He was suggested by a journey agent in Kasaragod that the cat ought to carry some legitimate paperwork. Therefore, he determined to use for an Aadhaar card for his pet animal. The girl workers on the Akshaya centre accepted the applying kind for the cat, which was given a pretend title. Its photograph was uploaded and different formalities have been accomplished.

Police sources stated after Abdulla received some queries from the officers concerning the applying of the cat, he had tendered an apology addressed to the State IT Mission Director.

Police stated the alleged accused have claimed that they had tried to get an Aadhaar card for the cat attributable to their ignorance. They haven’t been arrested thus far. The duo would face expenses beneath IPC sections of 465(forgery), 468(forgery for the aim of dishonest) and 471 (utilizing as real a cast doc).

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