JNU revokes the order that makes the use of the Aarogya Setu app compulsory

Plea on denial of information on Aarogya Setu creation: Delhi HC asks for Centre's Response

On 21st October 2020, the JNU (Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi) had issues directions for students and staff to compulsorily use the Aarogya Setu app. The same order was revoked on the 28th of October 2020.

Seeking the writ of Certiorari against the order given on the 20th October by JNU, the SFI(students federation of India) which was being represented by Advocates Rajesh Inamdar and Shashwat Anand that Aarogya Setu app is prone to hacking and meant merely for intensive surveillance and collecting data.

Mallika Sunil Luthra
I am Mallika Luthra, a 3rd year student at Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai. So far in my years at law school, I have exposed myself to various co-curricular activities to the best of my abilities, while maintaining a strong academic record. I have developed a keen interest in the area of research of various laws , such as white collar crimes and enjoy working on a range of tasks while acquiring new skill sets in the process.