Sunday, November 27, 2011

Remove aadhaar scheme: Achuthanandan

Thiruvananthapuram: Leader of the Opposition VS Achuthanandan has demanded aadh plan for the unique identification card must be abandoned in view of the fact that even the Union of the Ministry has concluded that the exercise ultimately affect national security.

Achuthanandan said that the Union Interior Minister P Chidambaram had observed that a card could be forged aadh by anyone without any control or scrutiny.
The Minister had written to the Planning Board vice-president in this regard and the population of the Registrar General has also expressed doubts about whether the card can be used for the population
record. The fears expressed in the aspects of card security and citizens' rights have been claimed, the opposition leader said. Achuthanandan alleges are commercial interests that have guided the pilot of a regime that has thrown the world.

It's a mad rush for unique identification applications

H Abdul Basith of Teynampet smile Wednesday. The retired postal worker, after several useless visits the post office to request aadh T Nagar (unique ID) finally seized of an application. "God, who is a rushthere crazy," he said. 

Basith not alone. Hundreds of people have been thronging the five post offices in the city, including the Sivagnanam Street, T Nagar, from October 24, when India Post began issuing cards with nationalized banks and insurance companies. "The chaos begins at5.30 in the morning when security personnel woke up and asked for applications," said Samuel S, senior master message, T Nagar. The other offices are in Anna Salai, Rajaji Salai the GPO, Mylapore and Parktown. 

Before the identification number of 12 digits only, on the lines of social security schemesin the West, you can provide, aretaken images, fingerprints, iris scan raised and the individual.