2 thoughts on “Aadhaar : What does the recent judgement imply?

  1. DYCaapGodHo says:

    Even assuming that the Supreme Court has been competent in judging Aadhaar as constitutional today, the action of the government in cohort with businesses to push through enrollment and linking before the Supreme Court’s verdict is reprehensible, defies the constitution, and is worthy of exemplary reprimand and punitive damages. At the very least the government must be forced to compensate all residents at respective wage rates for the time they wasted linking Aadhaar to services now deemed not necessary. (Not to mention lifelong promise of compensation in case of data breach.) But then, if that were possible in this country, we would not even need Aadhaar in the first place.


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