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Landmark Judgments

·  In Madhu Limaye case, 1971, the Supreme Court explained the power of the government to restrict right to assemble. It said that : “It is not an ordinary power flowing from administration but a power used in a judicial manner and which can stand further judicial scrutiny in the need for the exercise of the power, in its efficacy and in the extent of its application.”


·  In another landmark judgment of Himat Lal K Shah case, 1973, Supreme Court stressed that public meetings formed part of the tradition of our national life and the framers of our constitution were aware of this and incorporated it as a fundamental right.

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