Indian Government Is Using The Façade Of False Promises
Techno Legal news and Views of Journalists
About two months ago the telecom security regulatory authority of India (TSRAI) was proposed to be formulated. However, the same proved to be just another noise without any action.
Just like promises to make privacy law in India and data protection law in India by unique identification authority of India (UIDAI) led by Nandan Nilekani and the constituted Group of Officers by Indian government, nothing concrete has happened till now.
It seems the Indian government is using the façade of false and empty promises to keep the genuine concerns off the bay. The promise of enacting a privacy law was made to keep at rest the objections raised against controversial and unconstitutional projects like national intelligence grid (Natgrid), crime and criminal tracking networks and systems (CCTNS), aadhar project/UID project, etc that are openly and blatantly violating the civil liberties of Indians.
The aadhar project of India or UID project of India is not governed by any law. Similarly, the UDIAI is not a legally constituted authority. In these circumstances both Aadhar project and UIDAI are “unconstitutional”.
The Parliament of India is not performing the role and duties assigned to it by the Constitution of India. In fact, it has totally abdicated its constitutional duties and delegated its authority of the Executive. This is a serious cause of concern.