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pgrathod40

Regarding "AADHAR CARD"

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pgrathod40

Respected sir,

I "Prakash Rathod" from Panvel (Navi mumbai), ,my query is about "AADHAR CARD".

Is AADHAR CARD so important (or compulsory) that a company(Government) can STOP THE SALARY of an employee just because he has no AADHAR CARD.

Has company their authority to do such thing ? please give us information and guide us.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanking you

Prakash Rathod.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

You are correct. Company can not stop your salary.

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karira

As per the SC judgment, it is not compulsory to have a Aadhaar card and no one can stop anyones salary because he/she does not have aadhaar card.

 

However, some government departments/organisations are insisting on Aadhaar for things like tracking online attendance, etc.

 

What was the reason given to you for not giving salary ?

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pgrathod40

For not submitting AADHAR CARD..

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Prasad GLN

What is the difficulty in applying for AADHAR CARD without prolonging the issue, as one can get AADHAR number maximum within 10 days, why should one prolong argument, when company has laid an internal policy applicable to all. Why should one precipitate the problem instead of finding a solution ?

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koteswararaonerella

Though your salary cannot be withheld in the name of AADHAR card yet its use felt in many fields and it is always advisable to have the card as it is MULTIPURPOSE CARD.

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