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MS Dhoni’s Aadhaar details shared on Twitter makes wife Sakshi angry

Former Indian cricket team captain MS Dhoni’s Aadhaar details were erroneously made public on Tuesday by the agency that helps the Unique Identification Authority of India enrol citizens for the number. The cricketer’s wife Sakshi Dhoni brought the breach to Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad’s notice on Twitter after e-governance firm Common Services Center shared MS Dhoni’s personal Aadhaar details on the social media platform.

The CSC e-governance Services India Ltd. tweeted — through its official twitter handle @CSCeGov — a picture in which MS Dhoni’s fingerprints are getting scanned into the system. They went a step forward and tweeted a screenshot of the Jharkhand cricketer’s application form, which Dhoni’s wife Sakshi complained about, tweeting to the Union Law & Justice and Information Technology minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad.

To which Sakshi replied:

The irony here is that the minister himself was at fault as he too had, hastily, retweeted CSC e-governance Services India Ltd’s tweet.

Not grasping the full gravity of the situation, minister Ravi Shankar Prasad replied to Sakshi Dhoni hinting that nothing was leaked in the tweets, to which she posted the original tweet, marking the screenshot of the application form with an arrow.

While using Dhoni as an ambassador to push the Aadhaar card campaign is not bad, the minister and CSC e-governance Services India Ltd. should have been more careful about what they divulge in their eager tweets.

However, the minister quickly owned up the situation and tweeted that he would get to the bottom of the situation.

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