New Delhi. Generally it is seen that two people are running SIM on the same Aadhar card. However, the Department of Telecommunications has made it clear in its guidelines that if you want, you can use 9 SIMs on one Aadhar card, but sometimes it is seen that some fake people also get their mobile SIM from your card. Let’s do it. In such a situation, it is very possible that he may misuse the SIM obtained on the basis of your document, due to which you may have to face legal action. In such a situation, this question is bound to arise in your mind that how to find out that some other (unknown) person has taken a SIM in your name, then to deal with this problem, Sanchar Sathi portal has been started by the Department of Telecommunications. Is. After all, what is Sanchar Sathi Portal? Come, let us tell you in detail in this report.
What is Sanchar Sathi Portal?
Let us tell you that Sanchar Sathi portal was started by the Department of Telecommunications for mobile consumers to find out whether any other person is getting a SIM from their Aadhar card. Now this question may come in your mind that how can you find out that someone is getting a SIM for himself with the help of your document, for this first of all you will have to go to Sanchar Sathi portal and dial your number. As soon as you dial the number, you will get to know whether anyone has obtained the SIM with the help of your document.
Know the complete process here
First of all you have to visit tafcop.sancharsaathi.gov.in.
Now you will have to provide your mobile number information here.
Captcha code has to be filled.
Now an OTP will be sent to your phone number.
This OTP will have to be filled on the blank box.
Now a new page will open on your device screen.
On this page, numbers 1,2,3 will be seen written next to Mobile numbers registered in your name.
With this, the number used in your name will be seen as 9198xxxx9939.
Why did the government take this step?
Let us tell you that in the last few days, there has been an increase in the tendency of many people taking multiple numbers on the same Aadhar card, keeping this in mind the Department of Telecommunications has taken this step.