Children spotted a bag with a lot of Aadhaar cards at a scrap dealer’s shop in Jaipur, and informed the local councillor, reports DNA. Upon investigating, it was found that an unidentified man had sold them to the scrap dealer (for the weight of the paper they were printed on!). On calling the phone numbers on the card, it was found (unsurprisingly) that the Aadhaar holders had not received their cards.
Aadhaar cards landing up with scrap dealers in bulk should be seen as a message from the cosmos to the irresponsible UIDAI. Children spot a heap of Aadhaar cards and see that there is a problem, but the incompetent authority entrusted with securing them relies on rules and punishments to conceal design flaws in a பேரழிவு திட்டம்.
Note that this means that criminals can acquire Aadhaar data to exploit in addition to the original recipients not being able to access essential services – this lack of security is a constant feature of Aadhaar.
This is also highly predictable. For example these sarcastic tweets this author had made in the past.
Sort of will be my bhelpuri brand. Hey, don't use "peanuts" to describe worthless. That's what you're paying money for. Check out what I'm selling those peanuts in :p
Will be my special branding. Bhelpuri, peanuts, etc sold in Aadhaar photocopies…..
Nice khayali pulao, no?
— Vidyut (@Vidyut) May 4, 2018
Aadhaar cards have been found in various places in the past, including யாவத்மால் உள்ள கிணற்றுக்குள் கொட்டப்படுகின்றன, lying பதவியை அலுவலகங்களில் விநியோகிக்கப்படாத and copies of Aadhaar being used to sell bhel.