Wrong TDS entry in Form 26 AS

Need urgent advise from some one please -
In my Form 26AS for assessment year 20-21, some entries of TDS has been shown under section 194C by some one with whom I never had any dealing. Moreover, my income is only from interest on fixed deposit in bank, while this entry has been made by some one in the name of Vijay Kumar Jain having TAN SRTV04307C

Kindly please advise how these wrong entries can be corrected from my Form 26AS more  

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Go to income tax department website and login with your pan number and password. Them under my account click view form 26as. You be be taken to trace site. click view form 26AS and select assessment year and click You will see the form. Then click "download PDF. Your form 26AS will be down loaded. You may report the issue under "mismatch" under my account. See there details about reporting mismatch more  
Dear Mr. Gupta,
since you are able to view your Form 26AS please follow the steps to download Form 16A. You will find the details of Mr. Jain. There is no way for me to download your Form 16A. more  
Mr Mohit, I could not find the tab for downloading the form 16A from the trace site where I downloaded my Form 26AS. more  
Brij Gupta Ji you can contact the ITO TDS SURAt whose contact details are as under
Mr A N Mansuri Landline 27545773 Mobile 9408792193 and discuss your problem with him. He can provide you the contact details of Mr Vijay Kumar Jain from his TAN data base then you can contact Mr Jain and request him to rectify his TDS Statement. It is a common mistake when PAN has identical numbers and can be easily rectified. Please don't worry as you have ample time to file your ITR till 30th November 2020 and I think till then your Form 26AS will be rectified andthen you can file your ITR. more  
You may find contact details on Form 16A, more  
Thanks sir, but how to get the contact tel or email of Mr Jain? more  
The contact details including address, email and telephone are available on Form 16A more  
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