Supreme Court should be vigilant, take leaf out of Allahabad High Court's book: Legal experts on Sedition remark by Justice DY Chandrachud

Was the observation of the apex court just a passing remark or was it a reflection of how the law of sedition is applied by ruling dispensations across the country?
Justice MB Lokur, Justice BN Srikrishna, Senior Adv Mukul Rohatgi, Justice Govind Mathur
Justice MB Lokur, Justice BN Srikrishna, Senior Adv Mukul Rohatgi, Justice Govind Mathur

On a day when the Supreme Court directed that no coercive action be taken against two Andhra Pradesh based news channels in sedition cases filed against them, a comment by Justice DY Chandrachud revealed that the top court is not in the dark about frivolous sedition cases being filed against journalists and others.

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