Post Office: These two documents are necessary to invest in post office savings schemes!


Aadhaar and PAN cards have become mandatory for the countrymen. In their absence, many of your works may get stuck. PAN and Aadhaar numbers have been made mandatory by the government to invest in post office savings schemes. 

If you are planning to invest in Public Provident Fund, Senior Citizen Savings Scheme, Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, Mahila Samman Scheme, etc. then Aadhaar is very important for you. According to the notification issued by the Central Government, it is necessary to submit PAN and Aadhaar. 

If someone does not have an Aadhaar number at the time of opening an account in post office schemes, then he will have to submit the slip of enrollment number for the Aadhaar number. The investor will have to provide the Aadhaar number within six months. 


This will enable it to be linked with the investment of the Small Savings Scheme. The aadhaar number is not submitted within six months, his investment will be frozen till the Aadhaar number is submitted. At the same time, PAN is also required to be submitted.