[Sedition challenge] Individual instances of misuse not ground to reconsider Kedar Nath Singh: Central government to Supreme Court

The Central government also said that a 3- judge bench cannot hear legal challenge to validity of Section 124A since the Kedar Nath Singh judgment which upheld the provision was rendered by a Constitution bench.
[Sedition challenge] Individual instances of misuse not ground to reconsider Kedar Nath Singh: Central government to Supreme Court
Sedition, Supreme Court

The Central government has told the Supreme Court that the 1962 verdict of the top court in Kedar Nath Singh vs State of Bihar upholding validity of Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) on sedition is binding on a 3-judge bench [SG Vombatkere vs Union of India].

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