Long wait for Aadhar card

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My wife and I had enrolled for the Aadhar card in January 2012. The agency in charge was Keltron.

I have received the card, but my wife is yet to receive it.

When I enquired at the Collectorate, they directed me to contact an Akshaya centre. Details were not available on the government’s UIDAI website.

There are many residents in the area who are waiting for the card.

Since the government is planning to give cooking gas subsidy through bank accounts and that too on the basis of Aadhar card, I request the authorities concerned to look into the matter and take immediate action.

— T.K. Raman, Elamakkara

District Collector P.I. Sheikh Pareeth:

Persons who have not received the Aadhar card after enrolment can contact K.M. Ebrahim, Akshaya District Project Officer, near Civil Station, Kakkanad, on phone 0484-2422693, 9447375816, with the acknowledgement number available on the receipt given after registration.

I would like to invite the attention of the traffic authorities on the following points where action is urgently required:

1. Old Thevara Road is supposed to permit only one-way traffic from Sreekandath Road. Drivers, especially those coming from outside the district, are often confused as there is no sign board there.

2. There is a one-way traffic signal kept at the northern side of South overbridge on the Kalathiparambil Road Junction, preventing traffic towards Valanjambalam side.

This board is not clearly visible and motorists freely move on this road

3. Entry to Ravipuram Temple area from M.G. Road side is not allowed. But, there is no warning/indication board there.

4. Is traffic allowed from Valanjambalam Temple side to South Junction?

5. Is entry allowed to Warriam Road from M.G.?

— U. Chandran, Ravipuram

Police Commissioner K.G. James:

As part of the Road Safety awareness programme, we are planning to introduce a series of traffic modifications and regulations in the city.

The following points mentioned by you will be taken into account while implementing the modifications.:

1. Installation of one-way board at the Old Thevara Road-Sreekandath Road Junction

2. We will be taking suitable measures to properly place the one-way sign board already placed at the northern side of South overbridge

3. We will also install a `No Entry’ board at the Ravipuram Junction restricting vehicles turning towards Ravipuram Temple

4. Traffic from Valanjambalam towards South is strictly not allowed and strict action will be taken against those found violating the rule

5. Traffic through Warriam Road is one way and entry to that road from M.G. Road is strictly prohibited.

Compiled by K.K. Sankaran




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