SC verdict on Right to Privacy: Speculations on Aadhaar should wait for now, says lawyer Sajan Poovayya

Fundamental Rights cannot be eroded by the State, says lawyer Sajan Poovayya. Poovayaa says Supreme Court's verdict on Right to Privacy is a watershed moment

FP Staff August 24, 2017 17:51:22 IST

Fundamental Rights cannot be eroded by the State, says lawyer Sajan Poovayya. Poovayaa says Supreme Court's verdict on Right to Privacy is a watershed moment that leads to speculations on Aadhaar but those should be kept aside now. Aadhaar is another matter altogether and a separate bench will analyse it, he says. Whether Aadhaar Biometry is done under a legal architecture is something that judges have to screen.

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