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Bengaluru: Aadhar compulsory in state for beneficiary-based government schemes


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Jan 3: Following in the footsteps of the union government, Karnataka government has made it mandatory for the beneficiaries of state schemes to provide Aadhar information. Approval for this change was given at the cabinet meeting of the state headed by chief minister, Siddaramaiah, held here on Tuesday June 2.

Law and parliamentary affairs minister, T B Jayachandra, speaking to media persons after the meeting, said that the bill brought to make changes as above will pave way for more effective implementation of government schemes besides helping to maintain transparency.


T B Jayachandra

When the media persons wanted to know the relevance of moving this bill even before the Supreme Court pronounced its verdict in a case that has questioned the union government's initiative to make Aadhar compulsory, Jayachandra said that this happens to be a temporary measure and that these rules will be mandatory only for the beneficiaries of government schemes.

When his attention was drawn to statements made by both the chief minister and food and civil supplies minister that Aadhar would not be made compulsory for BPL cards in the state, the minister noted that these ministers have said that Aadhar would not be mandatory for ration cards at present. However, provision about giving information about Aadhar will have to be made compulsory in government schemes like input subsidy, insurance scheme etc. He said that Aadhar details will have to be enforced where government extends assistance or facilities.


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  • hemanth, Bangalore

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Congi slaves are confused now. In central they have to oppose Aadhar and in state they have to support.

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  • Vivek, Hirebyle / Abu dhabi

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    I know Adhaar is Brain child of Chidambaram.....If congress Wouldn't have Opposed it while in Opposition ..Adhaar have been dumped so far naming it as Congress Project..........so i don't see any mistake of Congress opposing being in Opposition....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Moral Police do not understand Aadhar ...

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  • Ramesh S, MANGALORE

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    ..Congress so much confused one day they oppose one day support..instead of proper implementation & linking, they just spent on Advt.. it was not mandatory any where, no legal status, Congress didnt passed in parliament..eventhough MODI opposed it initially since it was no use anywhere even after Congress spending millions, But he systematically implemented it (registrtion in just 3 years crossed total registaration of Congress 10 years),, passed in Parliament eventhough Congress rejected in RS twice, MODI made mandatory everywhere..truth is Congress fighting in SC through proxies against Aadhar still boast its their baby..we need political will not majority to bring changes..

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Aadhar is a Congress Baby.
    We have to ensure its success all over India ...

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  • hemanth, bangalore

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    You were opposing it when central govt made it compulsory.. Bi-Polar?

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    This is the main reason Aadhar was introduced

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  • Shashank, Kudla

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Haha..jayachandra now woke up & saying its compulsory..

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  • Shekar, Konaje

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    all ministers along with their Nidremaya out of mampar mode slowly...after new year hangover..now making preparation for bluffing & fooling honest voters of the state...Shame !

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