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deep Sharma (Law Student)     20 August 2012

Is right of privacy comes under our fundamental rights

Dear Peers,

Is Right of Privacy comes under our fundamental rights.

Is any have any guidline/documents related to this.




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Democratic Indian (n/a)     20 August 2012

Yes Right of Privacy is Fundamental Right under Article 21 of the Constitution. There are many judgments, please search for "privacy" in any legal search website.

Adv. Avinash Pandey (Corporate Associate)     20 August 2012

kindly read this article:

Ramanathan G (Independent practice)     20 August 2012

right to privacy is a fundamental and legal rights. File Civil Suit, Private Criminal Complaint or Writ petition, more than one also, for your relief.

At first commence from Police Station, but do not hope that they will file FIR. They will issue only a warning, thats all. However without said procedure, you cannot prove infringement of privacy.

Ramanathan G (Independent practice)     20 August 2012

Policemen have no power to punish the wrongdoer, but normally the witnesses are won over prior to trial, thus the Policemen tell by his behaviour that, when the cases are relying upon oral evidence, file the Criminal complaint at Magistrate court, so that we will have nothing to worry will you change your statemnt in court.

However filing other complaints without Police complaint may not be believed to be true, thus first step is Police Station Complaint.

10.25 pm of 20-8-12

Sudhir Kumar (Retd Govt Officer)     19 June 2013

it is integral to right to life

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