"Nothing but unwarranted interference in privacy", Allahabad HC orders removal of banners displaying anti-CAA riots accused [READ ORDER]

"This fundamental right provides lungs to the edifice of our entire constitutional system. A slightest injury to it is impermissible", the Court said.
"Nothing but unwarranted interference in privacy", Allahabad HC orders removal of banners displaying anti-CAA riots accused [READ ORDER]
Chief Justice Govind Mathur (L) and Justice Ramesh Sinha (R)

The Allahabad High Court on Monday ordered the Uttar Pradesh Government to take down posters that had displayed images of persons accused of having destroyed public property during Anti-CAA protests, terming the same as a violation of Article 21.

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