In a rare unanimous verdict pronounced by nine judges, the Supreme Court has ruled thatÂ privacy is a fundamental rightÂ that requires constitutional protection.
I. Privacy was earlier not considered to be a fundamental right.
II. Rare unanimous verdicts are always pronounced by a bench of nine judges.
Since the ruling that makes privacy as a fundamental right has been introduced by Supreme Court, it means that it wasnâ€™t a fundamental right earlier. Thus I is implicit. Nothing has been mentioned about the trend of bench of judges for unanimous verdicts, thus it is not true for always. Thus, II is not implicit.Â