National Government can’t be adversary to those who come to court for protection of basic rights: Supreme Court Krishnadas Rajagopal “State cannot blame judges of ‘judicial oligarchy’ or acting ‘the aristocracy in the robe’ for seeking information on behalf of citizens”
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Stressing that the power of the state to snoop in the name of national security into the “sacred private space” of individuals could not be absolute, the Supreme Court on Wednesday appointed an expert technical committee overseen by a former Supreme Court judge,laura anderson volleyball, Justice R.V. Raveendran, to examine allegations that the Centre used Israeli software, Pegasus, to spy on citizens.
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