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Posted on:    07 Jan, 2018       Views:  845

Congress Says NDA Govt Destroyed Aadhaar Scheme

Congress Says NDA Govt destroyed Aadhaar Scheme

Congress on Sunday accused the NDA government of destroying the Aadhaar program and said an FIR against The Tribune and its reporter "Unfortunate". Accusing the government of being responsible for "dictatorial" tenancy, the Congress said that the NDA was blocking every voice of dissent. Congress spokesman Shobha Ojha said, "It is acting like a dictatorship." Whenever intellectuals and media try to point out problems, the government records an FIR against them. This is the mental state of the government. "

 

Congress Says NDA Govt destroyed Aadhaar Scheme

Criticizing the Narendra Modi government, Oja said, "Instead of helping the poor, it has become a means of surveillance and surveillance." Ojha, while trying to add everything in the Aadhaar program, criticized the current practice, "It was made to help poor people enjoy the benefits of various government schemes." Congress dug a 2014 tweet to change its stance in the program as Prime Minister, in which Manmohan Singh was the Prime Minister when he raised potential security issues with the biometric program. On the basis, neither the team I met nor the PM could answer the security of my Q, which can do it. There is no vision, only political gimmick 'After four years, he wants to add everything to the base. So there is no security problem anymore? 'Ojha asked.

Congress Says NDA Govt destroyed Aadhaar Scheme

Claiming the government did not respect the privacy of Indians, as opposed to making the fundamental right to privacy, the Congress emphasized the concern of privacy around the base. "Privacy is an important issue. We have seen it on May 4, 2017, when the Modi government accepted the violation of data in the Aadhar scheme, on record, the Attorney General defended the move to form a mandatory basis for the PAN card. In a statement, the Congress said in a statement that the Supreme Court has been told that "no one can get absolute authority over his body." It is related to sensitive issues like privacy To highlight the government's intentions, motives and ideology. " A senior official of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) had filed an FIR against Khaira, the Tribune and its reporter for the first article, which easily disclosed the basis information with whom the information could be stolen.  The accused was lodged under the Indian Penal Code Section 41 9 (punishment for impersonation by impersonation), 420 (cheating), 468 (forgery) and 471 (use as real fake documents). Section 66 of the Information Technology Act and the charges under section 36/37 of the Aadhar Act have been filed. 

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