'Sedition, UAPA Laws Have No Place in Democracy': Former SC, HC Judges
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'Sedition, UAPA Laws Have No Place in Democracy': Former SC, HC Judges

"Vagueness of the law allows prosecution agencies to charge people. Even 70 years after Independence, our judges don't seem to realise what is sedition, what is terrorism," said former Supreme Court judge Deepak Gupta, who, along with four other former judges, called out the stringent UAPA and sedition laws at a recent public webinar.


The webinar titled “Democracy, Dissent and Draconian laws – Should the UAPA and sedition have a place in our statute books?" was organised by the Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms and the Human Rights Defenders Alert.


The panelists included former SC judges – Justice Aftab Alam, Justice Madan Lokur, Justice Deepak Gupta, Justice Gopala Gowda – and former Patna high court judge and senior advocate Anjana Prakash.


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Audio Source: Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms (CJAR) and Human Rights Defenders Alert (HRDA).

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