By Vidyut Digital Lenders Association of India, Khosla Labs Pvt Ltd, Transaction Analyst (India) Pvt Ltd, Yulu Bikes Pvt Ltd and Handy Online Solutions Pvt Ltd have filed an intervention application in the Supreme Court in support of Aadhaar. From the official websites of the companies, here are brief descriptions. Digital Lenders Association of India was formed in November 2016 with the objective of bringing together Digital Lenders and associated players under one roof and to form an association which would help the ecosystem grow and flourish. It has "more than 35 members". Khosla Labs Pvt Ltd describes itself as a "startup incubator and innovation lab that focuses on solving large scale problems driven by technology and entrepreneurial zeal." Khosla labs offers Aadhaar bridge "developer friendly API that allows organisations to easily integrate Aadhaar into their existing applications without the need of a separate Government license." Transaction Analyst (India) Pvt Ltd aims to bring affordable Digital Payment Services to all citizens of India through its Digital Partner Network using its unique strategic licenses from RBI, AADHAAR, NPCI and its own product IPs. Yulu Bikes Pvt Ltd are "using IoT technology to create a vast network of shared dockless bicycles that can be rented easily by a user-friendly app in pay per use business model." Handy Online Solutions Pvt Ltd (OnGrid) utilizes next-generation technology and India stack to deliver verifications and background checks, helping businesses pan India verify anyone, anywhere with their consent. Their application to the Supreme Court was reported by…
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