SC refuses to pass any order or interim order in Aadhaar case

Supreme Court of India.

New Delhi, June 27: The Central Government has today informed the Supreme Court that the dates for those without Aadhaar cards for availing various Government schemes have been extended till September 30, 2017. The Supreme Court, however, commented that those who don’t have Aadhaar cards/numbers would not be deprived of any Government schemes or benefits till next date of hearing. The Apex Court has refused today refused to pass any order or interim order in Aadhaar case.

Centre informed SC that dates have been extended till September 30,2017 for those who without Aadhaar cards for availing various Govt schemes

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The most recent are the service of wellbeing and family welfare, which has made the Aadhaar necessary for all patients experiencing tuberculosis and getting treatment under the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program (RNTCP) keep running by the administration of India.

While the move has, typically, caused outrage, the notice likewise shows that civil servants inside the focal government don’t comprehend the genuine extent of Aadhaar or their own forces to make it compulsory.

What the Aadhaar Act, 2016 does is to ensure rights to a man holding an Aadhaar number gave they experience ‘validation’. According to Section 2(c) of the Aadhaar Act, 2016, “confirmation” implies this: The procedure by which the Aadhaar number alongside statistic data or biometric data of an individual is submitted to the Central Identities Data Repository for its check and such store checks the accuracy, or the scarcity in that department, on the premise of data accessible with it’.