Case Study on “Subhash Kumar v. State of Bihar and Others”, AIR 1991 SC 420

  • Gauri Sharma and Harshit Naveen
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  • Gauri Sharma

    Student at ICFAI University, Jaipur, India

  • Harshit Naveen

    Student at ICFAI University, Jaipur, India

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Article 32 of the Indian Constitution gives power to the apex court to protect the rights of the individual, and this provision has been broadly interpreted from time to time. The other magnificent provision of the Indian Constitution is Article 21, which protects the life and liberty of individuals, which is also the basic right of the individual and cannot be taken back by the state. The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) is nowhere defined under the Indian Constitution, but this the mechanism is evolved by the Indian Judiciary.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 658 - 663


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