According to recent reports, on Wednesday, the Supreme Court upheld all the validity of all India’s ambitious through the biometric identity project. ‘Aadhaar’, who said that this biometric identification project will benefited all the poor and marginalized, but this will sharply reined a government push in making some mandatory for access to various government services. Nevertheless, In a ruling with consequences from far-reaching, a panel which consisted of five judges who come together to clear the way and use of the Aadhaar for all welfare schemes. The five judges said that this new way of validating people with the Aadhaar will empowered the marginalized and the poor. In addition to this, a majority the panel consisting of five judges ruled over that this Aadhaar program had advantages. In accordance to the ruling by the panel of judges, they also emphasized the government to make an effort and make sure that this system will be a mandatory use when it comes to applications for services ranging from school admissions, bank accounts and more so to mobile telephone connections. lawyer Kapil Sibal, who is also member of the opposition Congress party, who previously had argued with the court on sweeping use of the new biometric Aadhaar as the means of identification within the country yesterday said that he thinks this was a fabulous judgment.
According to Sibal, in his statement on the television channel CNN-IBN as the ruling delivering was being done said that this new statement introduced by the government for identification of its people not only help in identifying but also takes great care of all the citizens’ rights and also ensures that the country do not have any kind of surveillance within the state, he continued saying that this biometric identification system also ensures the countries privacy protection from intruders. On the other hand the system protects all rights of the poor and marginalized. In accordance to this project, among all objectives, this project is aiming for a unique number which is going to be tied to one individual’s fingerprints and iris scan. This will help in preventing hacking and leakages in India’s $23.6 billion food welfare program for one year.