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Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a unique 10-digit alphanumeric identity that the Income Tax department allots to each tax payer.
A police party had found Barkat Hussain (45), a resident of Afghanistan's capital Kabul, moving around in the Khour area two days ago, the official said.
The department, on April 10, had amended the income tax rules to henceforth allow transgenders be recognised as an independent category of applicants for obtaining a PAN.
Opposing the seeding of Aadhaar number with PAN cards under section 139AA of the Income Tax Act, the lawyer said it violated the fundamental rights of equality and life and personal liberty.
SC posed the question after it was told by the UIDAI that the menace of hawala transactions and money laundering were a global concern and Aadhaar would help in curbing them.
Till now, only male and female gender categories were available to be chosen on the PAN application form.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to step in to resolve the ‘identity crisis’ the third gender faced while linking their 12-digit biometric number Aadhaar with the PAN card.
Supreme Court seeks Attorney General's help in dealing transgender's plea on linking Aadhaar with PAN
Reshma Prasad, a social activist from Bihar, has sought a direction to the Centre to create a separate third gender category option on PAN cards to enable transgender like her to link it with Aadhaar.
The Navi Mumbai unit of the ATS arrested five Bangladeshi nationals who were living in India illegally from Jui village in neighbouring Raigad district on March 13, an ATS official said.
Sheikh Abdul Nayeem lived in Bihar’s Gopalganj district as a student for two years until March 2017, and managed to get an Aadhaar card, a PAN card and a passport in his name.
The Supreme Court today questioned the maintainability of a petition challenging the provision mandating linking of Aadhaar with PAN number and for filing income tax returns.
There are about 33 crore PAN cards, while Aadhaar has been issued to about 115 crore people.
The move, amidst the strained India-Pak relations, is in line with the Narendra Modi government's policy to help minorities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who come to India.
The I-T department's policy making body said that the SC had only given a partial relief to those who do not have Aadhaar.