Assume there is PAN A and PAN B with Anyone or Survivor mode of holding in Mutual Funds.
PAN A is the primary holder and PAN B is the secondary holder. PAN B was used for purchase transactions in mutual funds wherein the bank account used had PAN B + PAN A as the holders.
AIS shows purchase transactions in PAN A and PAN B leading to redundant information.
Hence while filing ITR considering the Mutual Funds will be associated with PAN A , hence for the redundant transactions in AIS of PAN B , can we ignore it and just assume that it was for reporting purpose. @Quicko