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Aadhaar is a unique identification issued by the Indian government to every resident of India. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), which functions under the planning commission of India is responsible for managing Aadhaar identification cards. The Aadhaar project was initiated as an attempt to have a unique identification document which would capture all the details including the demographic and biometric (fingerprints and iris scan) information. In some cases Biometric verification can even be faked remotely, with no product or equipment hack. Fingerprints can be duplicated from an assortment of surfaces and used to make a fake finger. Also, iris picture could be skimmed from photos and supplanted on a simulated eye-like protest. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), is the hereditary material and is unique in every person. Here we use Machine Learning techniques for classification. As the DNA can't be duplicated by any morphing techniques it will be more useful if we interlink the DNA samples to Aadhaar cards as an identification criterion.