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Right to Privacy is protected as an intrinsic part of Right to Life and Personal Liberty. Which of the following in the Constitution of India correctly and appropriately imply the above statement?

(a) Article 14 and the provisions under the 42nd Amendment to the Constitution
(b) Article 17 and the Directive Principles of State Policy in Part IV
(c) Article 21 and the freedoms guaranteed in Part. III
(d) Article 24 and the provisions under the 44th Amendment to the Constitution



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The right to privacy is considered an essential aspect of an individual's right to life and personal liberty, which is protected under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. This article guarantees the fundamental right to protection of life and personal liberty to every citizen. The right to privacy ensures that individuals have the freedom to make choices, maintain confidentiality, and control their personal information without unwarranted interference. It encompasses various aspects such as personal autonomy, informational privacy, and the right to be left alone. The Supreme Court of India has recognized the right to privacy as a fundamental right, affirming its importance in preserving individual dignity and autonomy.


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