Judicial over-reach if judges interfere in academic matters: Bombay High Court in plea to make Constitutional Law etc compulsory subjects

Kale had approached the High Court seeking directions to make Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection laws and Right to Information Act mandatory subjects for all graduate or postgraduate courses.
Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court

Holding that it would amount to judicial over-reach to interfere in matters in which it has little or no expertise, the Bombay High Court refused to allow a plea seeking directions to spread awareness on the Constitution of India, Right to Information Act and Consumer Protection Act amongst citizens (Sanjay Bhaskarrao Kale v. Union of India).

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