SC refers plea on Aadhar to larger bench

New Delhi, Oct 7 (IANS) In a setback to the central government, the Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to modify its August 11 order restricting the use of Aadhar card for distribution of foodgrain under PDS, supply of kerosene oil and LPG.

The apex court bench headed by Justice J. Chelameswar while declining, for now, referred a batch of petitions seeking clarification/modification of the August 11 order to the larger bench, saying that the main matter has been referred to the larger bench so the application seeking relaxation of the order too should be referred to it.

The court directed the registry to put all the applications seeking clarification/modification before Chief Justice H.L. Dattu for appropriate order.

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