State cannot curtail free speech and expression, but balance has to be struck with security, public order: Calcutta High Court

The Court was hearing a writ petition moved by an association aggrieved that their request for permission to stage a sit-in protest was rejected by the State.
Sabyasachi Bhattacharyya
Sabyasachi Bhattacharyya

The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday made some pertinent remarks free speech in a plea to allow an association space for an indefinite sit-in protest. (West Bengal Recognised Unaided Madrasha Teacher’s Association and others v. State of West Bengal and others)

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