Kerala police have identified 3 Pakistanis living in a rented house with Aadhar card and several other documents that would make them eligible for Indian citizenship. They used changed names such as Samira was changed to Najma and Kirhon become Kiran. UIDAI officials say this could be an isolated case, but how do they know that? The Aadhar Card was touted to have fool-proof biometric security features. With lakhs and millions of illegal Bangladeshis in the country, and of course terrorists from Pakistan, could people get the Aadhar card and later Indian citizenship quite easily? This matter needs to be fully investigated.
Source: The Hindu
- 26 May 2017
With the aim to spur investment and job creation in India and to provide a safe home, Indian government now offers permanent residency status for individuals and their families. Previously, India has announced life-time visa, residency and citizenship for minorities of neighboring countries which includes – Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Christians, Parsis and others who are not safe in those countries. We expect these programmes to be further broadened leading to citizenship. While ordinary Indians may not realize it, and there are some who want to see India broken up (read JNU protesters or Kashmir rebels, or even some in our media), there are large number of admirers for India and many waiting for a chance to settle in India.
- 1 Sep 2016