Government won’t ever compromise on information, says IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad


New Delhi, July 18

Data of Indians belongs to the neighborhood and the nation and the federal government won’t ever compromise on its sovereignty, Law and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad stated on Saturday.

The minister stated that the federal government is bringing an information safety regulation that’s being examined by a choose committee of Parliament.

“I have been advocating that data of Indians belongs to Indians. Data of Indians belong to the community and data of Indians belong to the sovereign of India. This articulation that India has formulated is now finding global results. Under no circumstances we shall tolerate data imperialism,” Prasad stated.

The minister was talking at a digital lecture organised within the reminiscence of his father, late Thakur Prasad, a senior advocate in Patna High Court and founding father of the Jan Sangh in Bihar.

Chief Justice of Patna High Court Sanjay Karol, Retired Chief Justice of J&Ok and Rajasthan High Court SN Jha, former choose of the Supreme Court and Chairman of Press Council of India CK Prasad and former Jharkhand High Court choose and judicial member of National Company Law Tribunal Ananth Vijay Singh additionally attended the net lecture.

Prasad stated that coronavirus pandemic has modified occasions and other people have began working on-line together with courts.

“High courts have handled 1,75,000 cases virtually, subordinate courts have conducted 7,34,600 cases and Supreme Court has 7,800 cases. It’s a big thing that districts have courts that have conducted over 7 lakh cases,” Prasad stated.

The minister stated that from digital manufacturing to digital ecosystem digital supply of companies, e-courts, e-kisan, e-health and so on all are working collectively to empower India however on the similar time there’s a want for precaution as effectively. PTI

 



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