UIDAI Approves Airtel Conditional E-KYC Verification By January 10





UIDAI Approves Airtel Conditional E-KYC Verification By January 10
UIDAI Approves Airtel Conditional E-KYC Verification By January 10




New Delhi: India Unique Identification Authority (UIDAI) has given permission to Bharti Airtel to do e-KYC verification of its telecom subscribers with strict conditions. However, the Authority has upheld the order of e-KYC suspension regarding Airtel Payments Bank.

Sources linked to the case said that the country's largest telecom company has got this relief with some conditions from the UIDAI, while the company has transferred the Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) of Rs 138 crore to 55.63 lakh original accounts of its customers. have make. UIDAI has issued its second interim order in this regard. The Authority has taken this step in view of the convenience of the customers as the deadline for the mobile SIM verification by the Supreme Court is also coming near.



The Authority will make opinions on this issue from the Reserve Bank of India and the Department of Telecommunications after getting the report on January 10. UIDAI has called both the Reserve Bank and the Department of Telecommunication to audit the system, procedures, applications, documentation of Bharti Airtel, to ensure that the company is complying with its license terms.

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The source said that UIDAI has not given permission to use E-KYC till the next notice to Airtel Payments Bank. According to the terms set on Airtel, the company will have to send this message to its customers in 24 hours that their DBT accounts have been converted into the original bank account.


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