GS: Aadhaar is a no.which helps identify people who need subsidies. Many don't need that identity.
GS: Aadhaar can be used as "proof of identity" for someone who doesn't need subsidies.
Disclosure provision in the end.
If Aadhaar becomes the universal identity card replacing all other identity docs which were initially reqd.to get an aadhaar, then it is a concern.
J. Chandrachud says that section 7 is not voluntary. Someone who wants subsidies will have to have Aadhaar.
GS: We don't need the least restrictive test to show proportionality. Trust CIDR with my data.
Says Aadhaar is not being able to keep up with technology.
1. Section 47, 34,35 , 37, 50
2. section 8(4) allows sharing of identity information for the purpose of e-KYC. Says address is as equally important as biometrics. Authentication should be restricted to yes/no
Says if Aadhaar is a reliable, speedy tool for identification and authentication, then there's no reason to hold it invalid.
Microfinance institutions will have a larger reach by virtue of Aadhaar and predatory financing will reduce.
J. Chandrachud: The need for verification should not be decided by private players.
Says that merely because there's a scope of misuse, a statute cannot be struck down.
Advocate Zoheb Hossain starts his submissions.
Article 56 of UN charter talks about inter-relation between socio economic and civil political rights. Positive obligations of the State like food, shelter etc are embedded in Article 21.