Aadhar Card – आधार कार्ड
The Supreme Court of India has pronounced the Aadhar Card final verdict. It clearly states that the Aadhaar Card is a constitutionally valid identity card in India. The reason behind such a statement is the fact that the Aadhar Card does not violate one’s right to privacy. However, you don’t have to link your Aadhar with your (पैन कार्ड) PAN Card, mobile number or your bank accounts anymore. It is not compulsory. This is the latest Aadhar update (आधार अपडेट).
The Supreme Court has passed its verdict on response to the petitions that have challenged the validity of the other card according to the provisions of the Constitution of India. In fact, the Supreme Court has given its valuable verdict on all matters related to Aadhar and declared Aadhar constitutionally valid identity card. So, we can say that Aadhar has passed the examination of constitutionality. The Supreme Court has given recognition to this government’s programme as the identity proof for the common men of India. Again, the Aadhar does not violate any person’s right to privacy, and it is impossible to create a duplicate version of the biometric data. It is a unique card and therefore, one cannot make a clone or duplicate copy of it. So, its uniqueness comes from its singularity.
Link Aadhar with PAN – पैन के साथ लिंक आधार
The most significant point is you need to note that now linking your Aadhar to your PAN card becomes mandatory. But, you don’t have to link your mobile number and your bank accounts with your Aadhar Number necessarily. Even the top private companies cannot access anyone’s Aadhar Card without the court’s permission.
In government examinations, providing details of your Aadhar Card is not at all compulsory. Also, till now students in India didn’t get their educational rights only because they failed to provide the Aadhar Card. It is not valid anymore. They’ll definitely get their educational rights without delivering Aadhar card.
As far as its bill type, there is no problem in passing Aadhar as a regular bill in the Indian Parliament.
The Supreme Court patiently listened to 31 petitions for 38 days that challenged the validity of Aadhar on the ground of constitutionality. This excellent and progressive judgment aims to maintain efficiency in India. The last hearing was on 10th May. On 26th September, after hearing and analyzing all the petitions, the Supreme Court made Aadhaar a constitutionally valid identity proof in India.