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There is apprehension that Aadhaar data leak can lead to manipulation of elections: Supreme Court

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Tuesday, 17 April 2018 ()

The Supreme Court on Tuesday expressed concern about possible Aadhaar data leak saying it can potentially influence election results. SC bench is currently hearing the constitutional validity of Aadhaar. 

During the hearing, Judge DY Chandrachud said, "There is a real apprehension that even elections can be manipulated...
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