The Srikrishna panel has suggested that in order to adhere to the proposed law, the Aadhaar Act would need changes. While some of the proposals seek to grant Aadhaar more autonomy, others could limit the use of biometric authentication by certain parties. Nandan Nilekani, former chairman of UIDAI and the key architect of Aadhaar, tells Bibhu Ranjan Mishra & Alnoor Peermohamed that while the proposals are good, one still needs to wait for the Supreme Court judgment on Aadhaar for all the pieces to fall into place. Excerpts:
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First Published: Sat, July 28 2018. 01:22 IST