Social media is a powerful tool to express opinion by people all over the world. Indians have also started using social media like Facebook, Twitter, etc to express their opinion on critical and controversial issues. One such issue is Aadhaar that has been forced upon Indians and Supreme Court played a major role in imposing it upon Indians by unnecessarily sitting upon the judgment.
Both Aadhaar and Aadhaar Act 2016 are unconstitutional and Supreme Court has no choice in this regard. It cannot ignore Indian Constitution and Fundamental Rights though it has diluted them a lot by delaying the judgment on Aadhaar. Scrapping of Aadhaar is the only option left before Supreme Court if it wishes to retain any sort of authenticity and respect from Indians.
Naturally people started questioning Supreme Court, Attorney General(s), CEO of UIDAI, etc who are trying to justify unconstitutional and Orwellian Aadhaar. This has brought extreme embarrassment for these Public Functionaries as people are loosing their faith in the institution of Supreme Court.
We at Perry4Law organisation (P4LO) do not believe in bad mouthing Attorney General, CEO of UIDAI and Supreme Court despite their failures to protect Indian Constitution and our Fundamental Rights. But AG/CEO and SC must also ponder what wrong they have done.