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“The UID (unique identification) authority's claim that biometric data collected by it for issuing 'Aadhar' cards was only for civilian purposes is set to be tested on the touchstone of our criminal justice system,” Gyanant Singh writes in a Daily Mail report about the UID receiving a court order to share its database to help solve a criminal case. The UID “stands burdened with the task of justifying its refusal to share the 'Aadhar' data for forensic purposes, particularly when our law orders the sharing of relevant material with probe agencies and does not consider the use of fingerprints, etc., even if taken forcefully, as self-incriminatory,” Singh writes.
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