Whether Illegally Intercepted Calls and Messages are Admissible as Evidence? Answers Delhi HC

On Tuesday, the Delhi High Court ruled that allowing illegally intercepted audio and messages as evidence promotes violating the fundamental rights of citizens. The Bench of Justice Chandra Dhari Singh stated that according to Section 5(2) of the Telegraph Act an order to intercept messages can only be passed under two circumstances a) if there

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