The district administration has ordered a probe into the matter, and an FIR has additionally been lodged in opposition to officers of the postal division, he mentioned.
The youth had volunteered to hold out the work of desilting the effectively, situated within the premises of a temple within the Shinde Nagar space, once they discovered some plastic baggage inside it on March 11, the official mentioned.
On opening the luggage, to their shock, they discovered a whole lot of unique Aadhaar playing cards, principally of the residents of Lohara village, situated on the town’s outskirts.
Whereas a lot of the playing cards had been broken past recognition, round 157 partially broken ones, which had the distinctive identification quantity intact, had been taken in possession by tehsilar Sachin Shejal.
Following a criticism, Yavatmal Collector Rajesh Deshmukh requested the tehsilar to conduct a probe into the matter and provides him a report.
“We is not going to spare anybody who’s discovered responsible of negligence,” the collector mentioned.
After the panchnama, the tehsildar filed an FIR yesterday on the Awadhootwadi police station in opposition to unidentified officers of the postal division.
In keeping with Shejal, he has taken possession of 157 Aadhaar Playing cards on which the identification numbers are seen.
The playing cards belong to the residents of Lohara village, he mentioned.
“I’ve ordered the native municipal authority to examine different deserted wells within the metropolis additionally and discover out if Aadhaar playing cards or different essential paperwork, despatched to the postal division for immediate supply, have been dumped there,” the tehsilar mentioned.
The recovered playing cards had been issued between 2011 and 2014 by the Distinctive Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), he mentioned.