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Sajid (Auditor)     29 July 2011

Unwanted and unnecessary documents, forms, application etc.


Most of the times we feel that , Govt departments demands unwanted, unnecessary documents, applications, affividavit, forms, request, authentication etc.

Please everyone who suffered like this situation , please post your opinion, your idea, your request, your hope so that the Law makers know those things and act to remove this things.

Please serve to others.



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Sajid (Auditor)     31 July 2011

Many times we  have encountered to prove the identity , we have to submit the following documents:

  1. Ration Card
  2. PAN Card
  3. School Certificate
  4. Voter ID
  5. DOB Certificate
  6. Driving License
  7. Community Certificate
  8. Passport
  9. Bank Account
  10. Others

Do you feel , it is correct to maintain all those proof ?

Sometimes, it so happens that, the official who issues these Certificate may spell wrongly the individual names, and issues the same. And it makes problem in his identity proof. For example some writes Mr. Shakthi, and other writes the same name as Sakthi. So, their name changes.

It so happens that, in some certificate their name as Mr. Shakthi and in some other documents their name as Mr. Sakthi.

So, one card must be issued, with their proper name (with correct spelling), 

Hope this may solves many problems of each individual. (     31 July 2011

Scheme of Aadhar Card is being introduced, of  which reference number the authorities will veryfy themselves.

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SUBRAMANIAN C R (ADVOCATE)     10 March 2013

Aadhar is real invasion of privacy.  See the Data Sharing policy and Open Government platform.

Under the relevant provisions of Aadhar and UID, the date can be shared under orders of competent court.  But competent court is not defined.  An officer of the rank of Joint Secretary can decide whether to divulge or not.  Thus collecting biometric data and sharing without consent of party is illegal.  Moreover most of the companies doing the work have overseas limbs and they will be forced to divulge data.

Government saying that Aadhar is not compulsory but making it applicable to various schemes is illegal.  WP(C) 494 of 2012 is pending in Hon'ble Apex Court.  Till its disposal, such proceedings by Governments are not in good spirit. 

Why should an Indian Citizen give biometric data to Government when it can be shared by the Government without his consent..

When I sent an email to Open Government Platform seeking clarification regarding sharing of biometric data collected by state, I got an evasive reply.


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