Article 124A, Sedition Law of India should not be abolished


Sedition Law Should NOT be abolished. By sedition we mean to say anyone, who by words, written or verbal, by signs or by anything tries to bring hatred for the country and promote violence against one's own country. It is often argued that sedition violates the fundamental right of freedom of speech, but even freedom of speech has certain restrictions. In the words of Dr. BR Ambedkar, Freedom of speech has certain reasonable restrictions which include sovereignty, integrity and public order of t...

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