No question of repealing a law struck down by court; rights cannot be built up under it: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court stated that the very declaration by a court that a statute is unconstitutional obliterates the statute entirely as though it had never been passed.
No question of repealing a law struck down by court; rights cannot be built up under it: Supreme Court
Justices L Nageswara Rao, BR Gavai, BV Nagarathna

The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that there is no question of repealing a statute which has been declared unconstitutional by a court [State of Manipur vs Surjakumar Okram].

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