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Attention SBI Account Holders! If this work is not done before 31st March, the banking service will be closed, see details

New Delhi: In a recent tweet from SBI’s official Twitter account, the bank advised millions of users to link their PAN card to Aadhar card. SBI has given this information by tweeting. Pan-base linking is mandatory. The bank said that users should be able to use banking services without any hindrance or inconvenience. That is why it is advisable to do so. Yours is also State Bank of India SBI If you have an account in, this information is specially for you. The last date for linking PAN card with Aadhar card is March 31, 2022. If a user does not do so. So, in such a situation Pan Card Will be deactivated and banking services of SBI users may be disrupted.
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Earlier, the last date for linking PAN Aadhar card was fixed on September 31. However, this date was later extended to March 31, 2022. You haven’t linked the pan and the base yet, the time is not over yet. Linking to PAN Card Aadhaar online is very easy. For this, first you have to go to the official site of Income Tax. Or you can type in Google search. After visiting this link you will see the option of Aadhaar link on the left side of the homepage. You have to click on the Aadhaar link, then a new page will open. In which, you will be asked to enter PAN card number and your Aadhar card number, then enter name in Aadhar card and fill in mobile number. If only your birth year is written in the Aadhar card you have, then you should select the option i have only birth year in Aadhar. Just below that, select the ‘Agree to Validate’ option. After selecting the option, read all the given details once and then click on the link support option. Your work will be done.

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