Freedom of Speech and Expression Threatened in India: Recent Events

Freedom of Speech and Expression Threatened in India: Recent Events

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Abstract

The Constitution of India guarantees freedom of speech and expression to its citizens. This freedom is not absolute and the State can impose reasonable restrictions. Of late, certain incidents have shown this freedom to be under threat. The case highlights some of such events. It makes the readers think about the importance of this right, reasonableness of restrictions, and the measures needed to protect it

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