Jaipur, May 10 (PTI) The Rajasthan High Court issued notices to the Rajasthan Public Service Commission and the chief secretary today to allow online applications for RAS/RTS exams without insisting upon the candidate’s Aadhaar number.Also Read - ‘Oh-So-Romantic’! Aaliyah Kashyap-Shane Gregoire Lock Lips In Bathrobe – See Pics

A bench of Justice Veerendr Singh Siradhana issued notices to chairman of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) and state chief secretary, directing them to allow people to submit online application forms without insisting on Aadhaar number and accepting other identity proofs. Also Read - Rajasthan Road Transport Union to go on Strike on Oct 27 Over 11 Pending Demands

RPSC had invited applications for RAS/RTS examination, 2018, for which Aadhar card details were sought. The matter was heard by the court which issued notices to the respondents to accept other proof of identity, advocate Tarachand Verma said. Also Read - Rajasthan Lockdown: State Imposes Section 144 in Dholpur District, Bans Social Gatherings From Aug 20 | Check Full List of Guidelines

A petition in this regard was moved in the high court by Nar Singh Ram and Mangilal of Bikaner district on which the court issued the notices today.

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