Aadhaar Card Verdict on 26th September 2018 By Supreme Court Latest Updates

Aadhaar Card Verdict on 26th September 2018 By Supreme Court Latest Updates:

5 judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, Justice A K Sikri, Justice A M Khanwilkar, Justice D Y Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan had released the verdict regarding the Aadhaar Card case.

The Aadhaar Card is a 12-digit Unique Identification Number which was made compulsory for services like bank accounts, PAN cards, cellphone services, passport and even driving licenses.

On 26th September 2018, Wednesday the Supreme Court had released the Verdict regarding the Aadhaar Card case which had mentioned that it is not necessary for the linking of mobile numbers and banks.

While studying the Supreme Court’s decision on the constitutional validity of the Aadhaar, Justice Sikri asked the Center to bring strong legislation to the earliest on the data protection. The bench of five judges of the Supreme Court has called the base safer and essential for the people. The Supreme Court has made it clear that the Supreme Court can not demand the private companies. Section 57 of the Aadhaar Act has been canceled.

The Supreme Court has also said that where the use of the base would be necessary and where its use would be non-constitutional.

The basis is mandatory in filing income tax returns and also mandatory requirement for the PAN. This means that it will not be necessary to provide basis for bank accounts now.

Let you know that the Supreme Court upheld the constitutional validity of the base. The Supreme Court has said that the government will have to ensure that illegal migrants do not get Aadhaar card. The Supreme Court is hearing its verdict on the inevitability of Aadhar card. The bench of five judges of the Supreme Court has started to read its decision.

First of all, Justice Sikri read your decision on this matter. Justices Sikri, Chief Justice Deepak Mishra and Justice M. Khanvilkar read the decision. Reading the verdict, Justice AK Sikri 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.

At the same time, Justice Chandchud is studying his decision. Justice Chandrachud said that the base violates the right to privacy because it can be profiled by people and voters.

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.

The constitutional bench of the five judges of Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, Justice AK Sikri, Justice AM Khanvilkar, Justice D.V. Chandrachud and Justice Ashok Bhushan took up the matter. On the basis of the decision on the basis of the social welfare schemes, the rest of the central and state governments The inevitability of the base was banned in the plans.

The mobile SIM and bank accounts were also included. During the hearing, the court had said that till the decision was taken in the matter, the link link 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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