Sacred Concept of Liberty in India

  • Suvansh Majmudar
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  • Suvansh Majmudar

    Student at Amity Law School Noida, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India.

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The idea of individual freedom is anything but a straightforward or disconnected issue. Its security through law definitely clashes with other significant qualities. Accordingly, in this paper, I will in general illuminate the current referencing of individual freedom in the Constitution of India. Likewise, the light of giving equity to each resident of India. The article talks about the concept of liberty in India. According to the constitution, the protection of our liberty is the responsibility of our law. Personal Liberty includes right to privacy, right against cruel punishment, right to fair trial, right to travel abroad, etc. The article mentions various types of liberty and different meanings given to it by different philosophers. The article has talked about the constitutional provisions related to it. The author has mentioned the reasonable restrictions under it in brief. Further, it talks about the landmark cases, various judgements of Supreme Court on this concept. It also talks about the evolution of law related to liberty. The author concluded by mentioning some of the safeguards that are essential for the protection of liberty.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5967 - 5976


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