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Sedition-Content of Statute panalising sedition and statements conducing to public mischief-Constitutionality of-Whether infringes freedom of speech-Indian ... Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code which makes sedition an offence is constitutionally valid. Though the section imposes restrictions
Supreme Court of India
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that instead of using the words "law relating to sedition," the framers of the Constitution have used the words mentioned ... above. It is interesting to note that sedition was mentioned in the original draft of the Constitution, but subsequently that
Supreme Court of India
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effect that "the very tendency of sedition is to incite the people to insurrection and rebellion "and that ... considers as sedition all those practices which have for their object to excite discontent or disaffection, to create public disturbance
Allahabad High Court
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Section 124A which defines the well-known offence of sedition with which many in this country were only too familiar ... during the days of British rule. The offence of sedition is the resultant of the balancing of two contending forces
Gujarat High Court
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from making any law relating to libel,slander, defamation, sedition and other matters which offend the decency or morality ... citizens will have no means of getting a sedition law invalidated, however flagrantly such a law may violate their civil
Constituent Assembly Debates
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contempt, they certainly come within the ambit of sedition as stated in Sec. 124-A, I.P.C . The test ... reads thus :--- "124-A. Sedition --- Whoever by words, either spoken or written or by signs, or by visible representation
Andhra High Court
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about the meaning and intendment of the provisions of sedition contained in section 124-A of the Penal Code ... affection disloyalty or hatred, was enough to constitute sedition, according to the law of this country. The Federal Court
Bombay High Court
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Section 124A in The Indian Penal Code 101 [124A. Sedition.—Whoever, by words, either spoken or written, or by signs
Central Government Act
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language as is used to describe the offence of sedition in Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code. We were ... regarded differently from an offence described as 'sedition' in the Code , even though the language describing the two things
Bombay High Court
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engaged or likely to engage in propagation of sedition or advocate violent methods to achieve its ends
Central Government Act
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