With critics terming the linking of Aadhar with PAN - under Section 139 AA of the Income Tax Act - an attempt to dilute civilian liberties, the Supreme Court on Tuesday decided to set up a nine-judge Constitution bench to decide whether privacy is a fundamental right.

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