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Observer Desk

Posted on 05.08.17 by

Aadhar and The Right to Privacy- 9 Judge Bench: Day 5 Arguments (Rakesh Dwivedi)

Mr Rakesh Dwivedi, representing the State of Gujarat, followed Mr Tushar Mehta on August 1st, 2017. He began by sketching out the three constitutional constructs proposed in the arguments so far: i) The Petitioners’ argument that privacy was implied under Article 21 as an element of due process, as per Maneka Gandhi; ii) Mr Sundaram… Read More

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Posted on 03.08.17 by

Aadhaar and the Right to Privacy-9 Judge Bench: Day 5 Arguments (CA Sundaram)

Mr. Sundaram commenced arguments on 1st August 2017, day 5 of the 9 Judge Aadhaar Bench hearings, by contending that the Constituent Assembly Debates show that the framers of the Constitution clearly concluded that privacy need not be a fundamental right and that it was sufficient if it had statutory protection. Hence, as the intent of the framers is… Read More

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Posted on 01.08.17 by

Aadhar and The Right to Privacy- 9 Judge Bench: Day 5 Arguments (Tushar Mehta)

Mr. Tushar Mehta, the Additional Solicitor General representing the Unique Identification Authority of India, followed Mr Sundaram on August 1st, 2017. He argued that the right to privacy was not a Fundamental Right and that Kharak Singh was good law. Mr. Mehta began with the observation that academic opinion was largely unanimous on the right to… Read More