High Court: name given in base, address is not solid proof

High Court: name given in base, address is not solid proof
27 Jan

Lucknow: Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court has said that the name, gender, address and birth date etc. given in Aadhaar card can not be considered concrete evidence. The bench also said that investigations can be done if there is any doubt in the investigation of criminal cases.

The bench of Justice Ajay Lamba and Justice Rajiv Singh said in a recent judgment that it can not be said under the evidence act that details of name, address, gender and date of birth given in Aadhaar card are concrete proofs of their right .

If the question arises on this statement and especially during the investigation of criminal cases, then they may be investigated if needed. The court has recently given this order while hearing a petition challenging the validity of a case registered in Sujauli police station of Bahraich.

At the same time, citizens of less than 15 years of age and 65 years of age can use the Aadhar card as a valid travel document for travel to Nepal and Bhutan. This information has been given in the recently released release of the Home Ministry.

For the visit of both neighboring countries, the Indian Aadhar card other than these two age groups will not be able to use the card. Indians do not need a visa for a trip to the two countries.

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