Does live-streaming police action amount to obstruction of duty? Himachal Pradesh High Court answers

The Court was dealing with the case of a driver who had gone live on Facebook and made certain remarks when the police, during traffic duty, asked him to show vehicle-related documents.
Himachal Pradesh High Court, Facebook Live
Himachal Pradesh High Court, Facebook Live

The Himachal Pradesh High Court recently held that a mere protest or use of intemperate language, without any overt act, would not amount to the criminal offence of obstructing an official in the discharge of public functions [Sita Ram Sharma vs State Of HP & Anr].

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