The death penalty is eminently fallible, yet irrevocably final. It operates in a system that is highly fragile and open to manipulation and mistakes. The exercise of mercy powers under Article 72/161 has also failed in acting as the final bulwark against miscarriage of justice arising from arbitrary, unfair or wrongful exercise of death penalty. Let's map a story on what is going on in India.
The right of privacy is well established in international law. The core privacy principle in modern law may be found in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Besides this, philosophers and ethicists have described privacy as an indispensable characteristic of personal freedom.