Allowing illegally intercepted telephonic conversations as evidence violation of fundamental rights: Delhi High Court

The Court said that under Section 5(2) of the Telegraph Act, an order for interception of phones can only be passed on the occurrence of a public emergency or in the interest of public safety.
Allowing illegally intercepted telephonic conversations as evidence violation of fundamental rights: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has held that permitting illegally intercepted messages and audio conversations as evidence would lead to manifest arbitrariness and promote violation of the fundamental rights of citizens [Jatinder Pal Singh v CBI].

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