Activist Gautam Navlakha In Bhima Koregaon Case - An Analysis

Mridul Y Suri, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University


The most basic rights available to any human being right from birth are Human Rights. Respect for inherent dignity and demand in recognition are the necessities of Human Rights. These will ensure that right of every person has been protected and secured. This helps in the prevention of abuses that sabotage their respect and gives the chance that they need to understand their maximum capacity, liberated from segregation. Today, with the changing dynamics of society the mould of human rights and freedom is becoming more and more symmetrical, it acts as a subject, the content of which keeps adding more and more chapters in the lives of humans. Recently, a new pragmatic effort has been laid down by Supreme Court in Activist Gautam Navlakha in the Bhima Koregaon case.

Gautam Navlakha a well-known human rights activist and journalist were as of late denied default bail by Supreme Court. While Gautam Navlakha confronted rout for his situation, the Apex Court in its judgment added another measurement in the arrest provisions, giving a triumphant jump of help towards the insurance of human rights. This is a judgment that not exclusively would alleviate the difficulties looked at in police and legal care yet would likewise smother the States' weight in numerous viewpoints. The judgment is indistinct, most definitely, The outcome is an arduous 206-page practice that judges, legal counselors, and law students will battle with for quite a while.

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

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