Category Archives: Right to Speech & Support to a Banned Organisation

Your Right to Assemble, hold Meeting and Demonstrate

It is a well settled position in law that the freedom of speech and expression, guaranteed under Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution of India, cannot be subverted in an arbitrary manner. In a true democracy dissenting opinions should not be … Continue reading

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Mere Membership in ULFA & Advocacy

Supreme Court of India, Judgment delivered by MARKANDEY KATJU, J. Mere membership of a banned organization cannot incriminate a person unless he is proved to have resorted to acts of violence or incited people to imminent violence, or does an … Continue reading

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Mere membership or Support a banned Organisation – is not offence

Mere membership of a banned organisation will not make a person a criminal unless he resorts to violence or incites people to violence or creates public disorder by violence or incitement to violence. ….. that mere “advocacy or teaching the … Continue reading

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