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Wednesday, October 05 2022
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Bengaluru: UIDAI ordered to provide 12 Bangladeshis’ docs to NIA

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Bengaluru: Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has been being directed by High Court to provide documents or copies of the documents submitted by 12 alleged Bangladeshi nationals to obtain Aadhaar cards to National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Justice Krishna S. Dixit in its judgement states that since the allegation is of these persons having obtained Aadhaar card by fraud, forgery and fabrication, “then the documents for information for which the petitioner has sought for from respondent have to be parted with to the petitioner or at least the copies.” The court ordered that the NIA be “permitted to look into the originals or such other documents submitted by Aadhaar grantees, and that this needs to be done within two weeks.”

It can be recalled here that on April 22, the UIDAI had refused to provide the documents to the central agency citing Section 33 of the Aadhaar Act.

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