•         Constitution of India, Art.  20(3) - Privilege is applicable only to testimonial evidence - Right against self-incrimination is just a prohibition on the use of physical or moral compulsion to extort testimonial evidence from parties, not an exclusion of evidence taken from the body when it may be material and thus, the court can compel a person male or female to submit for DNA test since the gist of the privilege is the restriction on testimonial compulsion. (174) PLR