India Today has Aadhaar which is very popular. There are supporters and opposition to it. Still, its immense importance of creating one of the largest databases of largest democracy. It provides 12 digits unique identification number to eachDuring initial days of Aadhaar that is during the year of 2009 or one or two years beyond it was announced that every citizen must have this card for their identity. During those times many private financial institutions were given this responsibility. During the early years of its implementation, it was aimed to provide limitations of supply of cards and for this, there was the rush of people during those days to find their identification cards. During those times, most of the private organisations had been given responsibility and they were also providing some sort of black-marketing at the minimal level in order to take advantage of it. First, they used to provide application forms which should have been given with ease but those are given to some private individuals who instead of giving away free of cost to citizens have been selling at the price of 200 or more Indian bucks during those times. What it makes is that before these are available to people who are standing in rows at those private organisations most of the times these tends to lose its momentum as most of these applications forms reach to people who paid some money and do not have to stand in front of rows. During those times, these have been proven to be in the state of injustice towards the people who used to stand in rows since morning as well as these prove to be absolute state of black marketing as during those times it seems that these organisations are only interested in taking and garnering money as they intended to sell it through local black marketers in order to earn handsome money from it. management towards absolute state of creating a supported and unique identity cards for citizens. Ultimately all those fake cards never ever get started as Aadhaar card seamlessly integrated with biometric and demographic data. In its initial years of implementation, the bonding between private organisations and middlemen in getting money where all of these features should have been free of cost and the long rows and the chaos that come with it ultimately ended seemingly after the incoming of the new government in the year of 2014. The story of aadhaar and its continual saga goes on forever as currently, the parties which started this are now doubting that it is leaking privacies of individuals and the matter is currently at Supreme Court of India. Most foreign countries have praised this comprehensive and largest identification of citizens.