Says that there is no judicial or independent oversight.
Reads the case of MG v. UK.
Reads the case of S v. Marper.
Further says that it doesn't define 'national security' and doesn't require any ex-ante or ex-post independent oversight.
Says that it has resulted in the exclusion of most marginalized sections of society.
Gives the examples of rates of authentication failures in Rajasthan(37%) and Jharkhand (49%), citing Economic Survey of India
It has also failed to show how Aadhaar has resulted in stopping the losses and caused significant savings.
CJI wants petitioners to finish their arguments by afternoon Tuesday, 20th March.