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Aadhaar verdict LIVE updates: Supreme Court ruling destroys legitimacy of the Act's stated purposes, say lawyers

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Aadhaar verdict LIVE updates: The Supreme Court verdict on the Aadhaar Act, undermines the legitimacy of the Act, law experts have said. "This project has little or no legitimacy left. Massive legislative and structural changes will be required. I will be writing on bits of the judgement in the coming weeks."
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