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12 Jokes That Twitter Has Already Made About The Historic Privacy Verdict

"When history of #RightToPrivacy as a fundamental right will be written, Prime Minister Modi's name will figure right on top (As the head of the govt. that OPPOSED it and lost 9-0 in Supreme Court)."

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On Aug 24, the Supreme Court passed a judgement that privacy is a fundamental right for every Indian.

The case was put forth after petitions were filed to challenge the government ordering the mandatory use of Aadhaar cards. The Supreme Court released a statement saying: "Right to Privacy is an integral part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty guaranteed in Article 21 of the Constitution."
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The case was put forth after petitions were filed to challenge the government ordering the mandatory use of Aadhaar cards. The Supreme Court released a statement saying: "Right to Privacy is an integral part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty guaranteed in Article 21 of the Constitution."

And while most of us have just heaved a sigh of relief, Twitter has started making jokes as usual.

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Interviewer: Tell me something about yourself. Me: Can't tell you. Privacy is my fundamental right Interviewer: Job chahiye ya nahi saale

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ma: where u going? who u going with? when will u come home? u have to tell me me: well, actually, a 9-judge bench has unanimously declared–

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We Beat Up RSS Goons In Private Because It Is Our Fundamental Right Now

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Can I wave copies of judgement in the face of banks, Airtel and school?

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#RightToPrivacy a fundamental right: Supreme Court *Conditions apply: Govt

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Twitter: Yay. But don't yay till you see reasonable restrictions. But also yay because fundamental right anyhow. But also, oh look at kitte

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Supreme Court is making history. Years later they could be removed from textbooks though.

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SC taking down the government's arguments like #RighToPrivacy

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