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26 sep : news express 24 :-

The bench of five Supreme Court judges its verdict on the mandatory requirement of Aadhar card. First of all, Justice AK Sikri read his decision, he read the decision on behalf of Chief Justice Deepak Mishra and Justice M. Khanvilkar. In his judgment, he said that the Aadhaar card is the identity of the common man, the attack on it is against the Constitution.

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Justice AK Sikri while reading the verdict said that it is not necessary that everything is best, something should be different. Aadhar card has been the subject of discussion in the last few years. The judge said that the Aadhar card has created the power of poor, there is no possibility of duplication. He said that attacking Aadhaar card is like attacking people’s rights. Justice Sikri said that education took us from the thumb to the sign, but once again the technique is taking us towards the thumb.

Justices Sikri said that whatever data is being taken to form the basis is very low, compared to those who benefit from it is quite high. The Supreme Court has said that the Aadhaar card is not necessary for admission of 6 to 14 year old children in school. He said that in the absence of base, a person can not be stopped from taking his rights.

The Supreme Court says that if CBSE, NEET, UGC make the base necessary, then it is wrong they can not do it. The court said that connecting with mobile numbers and bank accounts is a non-constitutional card. The court has abolished the inevitability of the base in schools.

The Supreme Court has said that the Aadhaar card is necessary for filing income tax returns, the government has not made any preparation for Aadhar card. The court said that there is nothing in the Aadhaar Act that raises a question about someone’s privacy.

After Justice AK Sikri, Justice Chandchud read out his decision. He said that the Aadhaar Act can not be passed as any money bill. He said that the government should not give the Aadhaar card to the illegal migrants.

Let us know that the hearing of this case started on January 17, which lasted for 38 days. The Constitutional Bench of 5 judges is hearing its verdict on the issue of necessity and legitimacy, whether or not there is a violation of someone’s privacy. However, the hearing began on the basis of 2012, when the Supreme Court heard this case on the basis of the PIL.

The Constitutional Bench of 5 judges of Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, Justice AK Sikri, Justice AM Khanvilkar, Justice DC Chandrachud and Justice Ashok Bhushan took up the matter.

During the hearing, the court had said that till the decision was taken in the matter, the foundation linking should remain open. Apart from this, the court, while adopting a tough stance, had directed that the government could not put pressure on the people to make the mandatory mandatory.

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