Aadhaar verdict: Important update for filing I-T returns after Supreme Court's directive
While Aadhaar will not be mandatory for opening bank accounts or getting admission in schools and colleges, but will be a must to file an income tax returns.
The Supreme Court in its detailed verdict earlier today also mentioned that individuals and corporates cannot collect Aadhaar data. The controversial section 33(2) of the Aadhaar Act, an exception to the primacy of security of data in case of national security, has also been revoked by the Supreme Court.
PM Narendra Modi's flagship Aadhaar scheme has been deferended by the Central government on several grounds. The government crowned it as the biggest proof to ensured proper distribution of benefits to millions and prevent misuse of funds. Aadhaar data is safe and cannot be breached, insisted the government and the Aadhaar authority UIDAI.
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