The right to privacy is a Fundamental Right of people and it must be protected by the statutory laws on a compulsory basis despite the situation people are in.
The right to privacy is a Fundamental Right of people and it must be protected by the statutory laws except some cases when social or national interest is there.
The right to privacy is to be protected from the criminal laws so that the basic human right is saved from the ill effects of it.
For the criminals there must not be the right to privacy as they are damaging the core idea of the right.
|Answer : Option B|
|The passage clearly states that the right to privacy of every citizen must be protected by the common law but if there is any social or national interest only then the right may be considered to be cut short|
|All India||Andhra Pradesh||Arunachal Pradesh|
|Haryana||Himachal Pradesh||Jammu & Kashmir|
|Uttar Pradesh||West Bengal||Assam|