State Bank of India, the country’s largest government bank, has issued a new alert for its customer. This alert of the bank is about the account in Aadhaar and SBI. The State Bank has said in this alert that to get any kind of government subsidy, it is necessary to be linked with your Aadhaar bank. On behalf of the government, banks were asked to ensure that by 31 March 2021, all bank accounts are linked to the Aadhaar number of the customers.
The SBI has likewise said in this open notification that if a SBI customer neglects to finish one’s KYC by 28th February 2020, at that point the State Bank of India will have no real option except to impede those SBI accounts. The SBI is sending instant messages and messages to such SBI accountholders whose KYC is inadequate. Subsequently, on the off chance that you have gotten such a mail or instant message on your cell phone, you are encouraged not to disregard this SBI correspondence as you have still around seven days in your grasp.
SBI has issued this alert via tweet. It is clearly stated in the alert (Alert) that we want to inform our customers that seeding / linking of the Aadhaar number in the bank account is necessary for those customers who have any benefit through direct benefit transfer from the Government of India.
SBI has said that for seeding the Aadhaar number in a bank account, you can contact the SBI branch near you. The Supreme Court said in one of its decisions that it is not necessary to link the bank account to Aadhaar, if you have to take government benefits or avail any kind of government subsidy, then you have to add the Aadhaar number to your account.
Account Holders need to visit the SBI branch close to them and give a duplicate of any of the location and character (ID) evidence that is acknowledged for the KYC update. The SBI net financial clients can do their KYC online moreover.