Thursday, July 1, 2010

Government Of India Is Breaching Public Trust By Illegal Distribution Of Money

Shayam Prasad

It is now clear that the Aadhar project of India as well as UIDAI is illegal project/body and is unconstitutional in nature. If Aadhar project/UIDAI is an illegal constitution, by what authority it is working and spending hard earned public money is a mystery.

Even the government of India is aware about this fact but still it is offering all the support for the functioning and operation of Aadhar project/UIDAI. Instead of refusing to extend its support and monetary incentives, the government of India is encouraging illegal use of public money without any Parliamentary scrutiny.

This illegal distribution of public money is not only violating many laws of India, including criminal laws, but also against the democratic and parliamentary scheme of Indian Constitution.

Indian government is a custodian of public resources and public money and if it distributes tax payers hard earned money upon a project/authority that does not exists in the eyes of law, then serious doubts are casted upon its intentions, fairness and objectives.

It seems the Indian government is committed to safeguard “private interests” as against national interest and industrial lobbying is playing its role in the same. There is no reason why Aadhar project and UIDAI should be continued in the absence of any legal framework supporting its establishment and existence.

Further, there is no sense in gathering crucial details and data of Indians if we do not have privacy laws and data protection laws in India.

Despite ferocious protests, the Indian government is adamant in pushing hard the illegal and unconstitutional projects like Aadhar, Natgrid, CCTNS, etc. For what reasons, only God can tell us?