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Context: The significance of Kedar Nath Singh judgment for sedition cases was once again highlighted in the recent Vinod Dua sedition case. The 1962 judgment upheld Section-124A of the Indian Penal Code, but it significantly narrowed down the provision.
What is Section 124A of IPC?
Facts of Kedarnath Singh v State of Bihar (1962) case
SC’s ruling in Kedar Nath case
What constitutes sedition?
What is not sedition?
The court deduced that Kedarnath’s speech gave a general reference to revolution and the element of inciting violence against the government was absent. Therefore, he was acquitted of sedition charges.
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