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Token for Aadhaar card will be available in post offices
People will get relief soon by taking tokens in line to make Aadhaar card in post offices or make amendments in it. The postal department is going to make the token arrangement online.
People will be able to take their Aadhaar card token by visiting the website. Apart from this, like the Passport and RTO department, people will also get the date and time for Aadhaar card online. On the first date of every month, people come to the post offices to collect tokens and on the tokens, they are given days by writing for the work of Aadhaar card.
First of all the post offices also have to queue long for tokens. The department plans to have the software prepared for Aadhaar on the website of the department, where people will be able to book their token, date and time by entering their details. People will have to come for the Aadhaar card or make amendments on the date and time given in that stall.
Transport Minister seized 40 Overload vehicles
On Friday night, State Transport and Mining Minister Moolchand Sharma launched a campaign to check illegal mining and overloading vehicles. The campaign ran from eight in the night to four in the morning.
During this action, 40 dumpers were seized and fined more than Rs 25 lakh. The campaign started from Faridabad and also ran in Sohna, Tawadu, Gurugram and Noonh. The squad of ministers and officials started from Pali village and reached Dhau, Sirohi Nimoth via Sohna.
During this period, about a dozen dumpers were checked on the way and seized due to overloading. From here, Minister Moolchand Sharma from Tawadu reached Ghata village via Manesar Chowk National Highway 8. Action was taken on about 25 dumpers on these roads.
Some dumper drivers had greased the vehicle's number plate to avoid police. As soon as the news of the raid was received, the dumper drivers on Sohna Road started to illegally fill the filled stones with the roadside.
During this time, the police also arrested three gang members who told the mining mafia on the way. Three cars were also recovered from them.