Not necessary to disclose elaborate reasons for interception of telephone calls: Delhi High Court

The disclosure of elaborate reasons for interception orders would be against the modified disclosure requirements of procedural fairness which have been universally deemed acceptable, the Court said.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court Khadija Khan

The Delhi High Court recently held that the disclosure of elaborate reasons for government orders intercepting communications could affect intelligence gathering, and in such cases the law of the land weighs in the favour of the public interest over individual interest [Santosh Kumar vs. Union of India & Anr.].

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