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Should violations of tax, anti-corruption laws be subject to surveillance?

Interceptions in India today are authorised by eight central enforcement agencies for a spectrum of issues

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surveillance  | Surveillance measure | anti-corruption

Arjun Raghavendra M 



Surveillance
Arjun Raghavendra M

A recent order (October 22) brings a renewed focus on a telephonic interception in the interest of public safety in the post Puttuswamy era. The court ruled that carried out under the Telegraph Act by the (CBI) against a Mumbai-based businessman accused of paying a bribe to a bank official was illegal and ordered for the destruction of three impugned interceptions. Though the interceptions were duly approved by the home secretary, the court strongly came down upon the CBI for the diverse stand taken regarding the compliance of rules for using these interceptions as evidence in prosecution proceedings before the trial court from time to time.

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First Published: Sun, November 24 2019. 22:01 IST

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