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Understanding the Historical and Constitutional Making of Right To Protest in India

right to protest in India

In recent years, the right to protest in India has become a courageous exercise of upholding democracy and constitutional ideals. To protest then is not simply exercising one’s right. It is also an act of defiance, and a means to uphold other fundamental rights. Dhruv Vatsyayan and Arpit Saxena ask if the peaceful right to protest is indelible to other fundamental rights, then why does it face excessive executive action.  Dhruv and Arpit also trace the history of the right to protest in India in colonial and post-colonial times.


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