Right to Privacy is not like a bull in a china shop, AG says as Gujarat HC reserves orders on maintainability of pleas against Prohibition Act

"Tomorrow someone may argue that I am consuming psychotropic substances within my home and the State cannot impose control,” said in response to arguments raised by Senior Advocate Mihir Joshi yesterday.

After hearing arguments on preliminary objections by the State for three days, the Gujarat High Court today reserved its order on maintainability of the plea challenging the constitutional validity of the Gujarat Prohibition Act, 1949 (Peter Jagdish Nazareth v. State of Gujarat).

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