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Meghalaya people not satisfied with Aadhaar

HP NEWS SERVICE
Shillong, Dec 1: Meghalaya, with a population of 29 lakh according to the 2011 national census, was rock-bottom in terms of satisfaction with Aadhaar, which the Union government has made mandatory for accessing social welfare schemes.
According to the State of Aadhaar survey conducted by Omidyar Network India and overseen by Dalberg, 0 per cent of Meghalaya residents were pleased with their Aadhaar experience.
This is the third year of the State of Aadhaar survey and covered 1.7 lakh households.
Meanwhile, 100 per cent of the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh residents reported satisfaction with their Aadhaar experience.
Meghalaya ranked second in terms of Aadhaar penetration with a reach of 39 per cent, second only to Assam which recorded the fewest percentage of residents with the Aadhaar card at 10 per cent.