Ambiguities in law

A case against the sedition law

Print edition : March 18, 2016

The Constituent Assembly during one of the debates. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

The Supreme Court missed an opportunity to clear the ambiguity in Section 124A of the IPC, the law of sedition, in the Kedar Nath Singh case. It is high time the provision was annulled for it is legally unnecessary, constitutionally invalid and democratically untenable.
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