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Exclusive-Right To Privacy: Read The Complete Written Submissions Of Lawyers In The Landmark Hearing

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3 Aug 2017 3:16 PM GMT
Exclusive-Right To Privacy: Read The Complete Written Submissions Of Lawyers In The Landmark Hearing
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The Supreme Court’s nine-Judge bench is likely to clear the air as to whether there is a fundamental right to privacy, before the Chief Justice of India, Justice J.S.Khehar retires on 28th of this month.

The bench concluded its proceedings today, after hearing the counsel for six long days, beginning from July 19.

On the side of petitioners, the bench heard senior counsel, Gopal Subramanium, Soli J.Sorabjee, Shyam Divan, Arvind Datar, Anand Grover, Sajan Poovayya, Meenakshi Arora, Kapil Sibal (for Karnataka) and J.S.Attri (for Himachal Pradesh).

On the side of respondents, it heard the  Attorney General, K.K.Venugopal,  C.A.Sundaram, Additional Solicitor General, Tushar Mehta, Rakesh  Dwivedi (for Gujarat), Gopal Sankarnarayanan, (Centre for Civil Society) and Arghya Sengupta (Haryana and TRAI)

WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS OF LAWYERS

Senior Advocate Gopal Subramanium (For Petitioners)



Senior Advocate Shyam Divan (For Petitioners)




Senior Advocate Arvind Datar (For Petitioners)



Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal (For State of Karnataka)



Senior Advocate Anand Grover (For Petitioners) 



Senior Advocate Sajan Poovayya (For Rajeev Chandrasekhar MP)



Senior Advocate Meenakshi Arora 



Senior Advocate PV. Surendranath (For State Of Kerala) 



 

Advocate General K.K.Venugopal (For Centre)



Senior Advocate Aryama Sundaram (For State Of Maharashtra)



ASG Tushar Mehta (For UIDAI) 



Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi (For State of Gujarat) 







 

Advocate Gopal Sankarnarayanan ( For Centre For Civil Society)



Advocate Arghya Sengupta (For State Of Haryana)

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