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SC extends Aadhaar linking with bank accounts, mobile phones indefinitely till final judgement

Zee News Tuesday, 13 March 2018
The Supreme Court on Sunday said that the linking of Aadhaar cards with bank accounts and mobile phones will not be mandatory until the apex court delivers the final judgment.
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