"We are advancing to such a degree of development, we have to have control, we have to have protection and have to give protection to people who are creating, inventing or busy in innovations," he said.
Stating that he has always dealt with cases with equity, Dipak Misra said: "The tears of a poor man are equal to the tears of a rich man. Tears are tears and, to me, tears are pearls. I have to collect them with equity, justice and my Constitutional perception," Misra said.
What Justice DY Chandrachud said during the aadhaar verdict, many agree, will have implications in the future. He was the judge who did not agree with the majority opinion of the bench on many key issues. Here's what he said.