What to do if you lose your Senior Citizen card/How to get a Senior Citizen card in south Bangalore

My Senior Citizen card was stolen, along with other documents, on 23rd June 2016. on a bus (route no. 366) between Richmond Circle and MICO Checkpost bus sto

Since I’d got my card from the office of the Jayanagar MLA, Mr Vijaya Kumar


35th Cross, 18th Main Road, 4th T Block
Jayanagar – 560041

(if you click on the link, here, you will get a video of how to get there, too)

I went there again. I was told that there is no proper process in place for replacing lost cards, so I took a form and applied once again. 
I did this on 27th June 2016.
I was told that there was no charge, and that I could come back to the office in bout a month’s time, to pick up the card.
On the 22nd of July, I was passing the office and decided to drop in and find out if my card had come. It had, and I got it without any further ado.
I am very impressed with the clean and transparent process for getting the Senior Citizen card, even though there is no replacement process in place.

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