Right to privacy is a Fundamental Right

Father’s great son: Supreme Court of India today held that right to privacy is a Fundamental Right and it is protected under Article 21 of the Constitution of India. In a unanimous decision the Nine -Judge Constitution bench overruled the Judgments in MP Sharma and Kharak Singh makes the position clear and will hold the field. Interestingly, writing for the CJI and Justices Agarwal and Abdul Nazeer, Justice D.Y.Chadrachud overruled a judgment authored by his father Justice Y.V.Chandrachud in the famous case of ADM Jabalpur v Shivakant Shukla.

Read the Verdict on Right to Privacy below:



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