I will also welcome all methods which
- eliminate the middleman
- reduce the sense of entitlement from government officials
- abolish the need of standing in queues of people to pay bribe
- financially drain out all those government officials who plan their expenses based on bribe estimate not their actual salary
Aadhar's direct benefit scheme has actually done it.
You are just assuming.
My entire point was Aadhaar is dangerous in its current form irrespective of the government backing it. As for your dismissive comments on why not many people complained earlier (which is a bit dishonest to claim btw, there were quite a few who did, including the current PM and other politicians from the BJP, fwiw), the reason possibly was because it wasn't being forced down everyone's throat like it is now.