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Fuming Sakshi Rawat asked if 'is there any privacy left' or not after husband MS Dhoni's private Aadhaar info leaked on Twitter



[ March 30, 2017 ]
New Delhi: A fuming Sakshi Singh Rawat on Tuesday asked India's Information and Technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to act after her husband Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Aadhaar information was leaked on social media site Twitter.

The fiasco started with a seemingly innocuous looking tweet by @CSCeGOV_ yesterday. In the Twitter post, Dhoni was seen authenticating fingerprints for Aadhaar registration.






VLE of @CSCegov_ delivers #Aadhaar service to @msdhoni. Legendary cricketer's #Digital hook (shot). pic.twitter.com/Xe62Ta63An

— Ravi Shankar Prasad (@rsprasad) March 28, 2017

But, the post came with another photo, a screenshot, showing Dhoni's Aadhaar registration details.

The revelation, as expected, left Sakshi fuming. In a Twitter post, which also tagged to IT minister, she asked "is there any privacy left ?"

@rsprasad @CSCegov_ is there any privacy left ??? Information of adhaar card including application is made public property!#disappointed

— Sakshi Singh (@SaakshiSRawat) March 28, 2017

For his part, Prasad first tried to ascertain what's really going on by asking "Does this Tweet divulge any personal information?"

@SaakshiSRawat No it is not a public property. Does this Tweet divulge any personal information?

— Ravi Shankar Prasad (@rsprasad) March 28, 2017

To it Sakshi responded, "Sir personal information filled in form is leaked".

@rsprasad Sir personal information filled in form is leaked !

— Sakshi Singh (@SaakshiSRawat) March 28, 2017

The minister was prompt to reply. He agreed that "sharing personal information is illegal," and promised action to be taken.


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