Right to Protest v. Right to Mobility: The Shaheen Bagh Case

This article presents an account of the recent Supreme Court judgment in Amit Sahni v. Commissioner of Police and Ors. which answers a disputed question of drawing the balance between the right to protest and the protection of people’s public rights. The judgment has come in response to the Shaheen Bagh protests, and it directly affects the essential relationship between democracy and the voices of dissent within. Thus, it is important to dwell on the events and responses of the Courts and the members of the concerned community that finally led to this judgment.

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En Masse Suspension of Labour Laws vis-à-vis Ordinance Making Power and Fundamental Rights

In this article, the author analyses the validity of ‘ordinance-making’ in the country through the lens of the recent ordinances passed by the Uttar Pradesh government that curb various labour rights in the state. Furthermore, he also analyses the various fundamental rights violations associated with it.

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