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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Pan Card of 180 million people will be useless because of this, check your name is not in this list right?

 Pan Card of 180 million people will be useless because of this, check your name is not in this list right?

The government said on Wednesday that 32.71 crore PAN cards have been added so far through biometric identification base. My Village India wrote on Twitter that Aadhaar has connected more than 32.71 crore PAN cards. The government has already extended the date for linking Aadhaar to PAN to March 31, 2021. According to the tweet, 50.95 crore pages have been alerted till June 29.

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If not the link will be inactive

According to the income tax department, if the page is not attached to the base within the stipulated period, it will become inactive. In a separate tweet, My Gov India has given information in a graph about the distribution of income to the people who file tax returns.

 According to him, 57 per cent of tax return filers are those whose income is less than Rs 2.5 lakh. According to statistics, 18 per cent are paid by people whose income ranges from Rs 2.5 lakh to Rs 5 lakh, 17 per cent from Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh and seven per cent from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 50 lakh. Only one per cent of those who file tax returns show an income of more than Rs 50 lakh.

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18 crore people left 7 months

Public figures from the central government show that about 180 million pen cards in the country are not linked to Aadhaar. According to statistics, 32.71 crore pen cards have been linked to the biometric identification base so far. 


As many as 50.95 crore pages have been issued there till June 29. This means that as many as 18 crore PAN cards are still not linked to Aadhaar. There are only 7 months for you if you are also included in this list.

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