Sedition Cases

Supreme Court Asks Centre: Is There a Need for a Colonial Sedition Law Even After 75 Years of Independence?

Concerned over the rampant misuse of sedition law provided under Section 124-A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, the Hon’ble Supreme Court asked the Centre if a colonial-era sedition law, which was used to silence Mahatma Gandhi, Tilak etc., and suppress freedom, was needed even after 75 years of Independence.

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