Aadhaar to face Supreme Court scrutiny, govt says won’t extend deadline2 min read . Updated: 31 Oct 2017, 02:06 AM IST
Supreme Court has referred all Aadhaar cases to a five-judge constitution bench to be formed by the end of November
New Delhi: The stage is set for a judicial scrutiny of the centre’s 12-digit unique identification project, Aadhaar, by the country’s apex court. On Monday, the Supreme Court referred all Aadhaar cases to a five-judge Constitution bench to be formed by the end of November.
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