Prime News, National (New Delhi), July 27:- An individual’s privacy is supreme and should not be disturbed, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Thursday said.
He said he always believe that privacy is a constitutional concept and one area where there has been a surge in constitutional rights as human rights and their implementation.
“My house is my castle, how can you disturb me at my home? Even as a lawyer, you have to have some kind of appointment with me. My time is my time, my life is my life. My privacy is supreme to me,” he said while delivering M C Setalvad memorial lecture on the topic of ‘Dynamic Ascendance of Constitutional Rights-A Progressive Approach’. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).