The government stated that anybody wishing to update their Aadhaar information online by submitting the necessary papers may do so for the ensuing three months without incurring any expenses. For the procedure to be completed, residents must log onto the myAadhaar site and follow the instructions. From March 15 and June 14, 2023, the free service will be accessible.
The ministry of electronics and IT stated in a release that those who want to update their papers at physical Aadhaar locations would still be required to pay the earlier-mandated Rs. 50 charge.
Many citizens who may take use of the service with the touch of their cellphones should profit from the Unique Identification Authority of India's (UIDAI) decision. Revalidation of resident demographic information would be possible, particularly if they were given an Aadhaar decade back but it was never updated. When the success rate of authentication rises, this also contributes to better service delivery.