Supreme Court: Constitution doesn’t allow arrest without fair process

  • | Thursday | 17th May, 2018

(Represntational Image)The Supreme Court on Wednesday said even Parliament cannot deny a person the fundamental rights under Article 21 (right to life and personal liberty) and the Constitution does not allow arrest “without a fair and just procedure”. (Represntational Image) The ruling had triggered protests from various Dalit outfits following which the Centre approached the apex court seeking a review. The ruling had triggered protests from various Dalit outfits following which the Centre approached the apex court seeking a review. In response, Attorney General K K Venugopal, appearing for the Centre, said the court through interpretations had created 30 different rights which were not in the Constitution. Justice A K Goel is set to retire on July 6.

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