Right To Freedom Of Speech And Its Disappearing Importance

Yojana Chopda, Sinhgad Law College, Pune


On one hand, the citizens of India are bestowed with the Right to freely articulate views blatantly without fear and concomitantly, on the other hand ,they are expected and bludgeoned to live according to the whims and fancies of the higher authorities. This short discourse consists of how the basic rights are being divested from the citizens on refusal to act as the puppets of the administration. It also comprises of the examples of some innocent and courageous people, who were made patsy by the authorities to conceal their truths. This short analysis consists of the magnification of how the growth of corruption is affecting the bravery and integrity of people.

Keywords: Article 19, Corruption, Examples, Sedition

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