Of preventive detention and prejudicial activity: What the Delhi High Court held

Delay in passing of a preventive detention order not only defeats the very purpose of such order, but also creates a doubt as to the necessity of adopting such a harsh measure against an individual, the Court held.
Of preventive detention and prejudicial activity: What the Delhi High Court held
Preventive Detention

The Delhi High Court recently held that preventive detention based only on suspicion stemming from a person’s past activity can be allowed only when there is a live link between the activity and the need for his detention [Naveen Kasera v. Union of India].

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