Peaceful agitation a fundamental right: Mumbai court acquits five women booked for impeding road traffic

The ladies had allegedly gathered on Mumbai's Eastern Freeway in 2015 after their neighbourhood had gone without water for a few days.
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A magistrate court in Mumbai's Kurla recently acquitted five women accused of unlawfully assembling to protest against shortage in water supply in their neighbourhood [The State of Maharashtra vs. Rajani Vijay Angre & Ors.]

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