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Context: Recently, the Supreme Court declared that a member of the legislature cannot claim parliamentary privileges or immunity to acts of vandalism or destruction of properties inside the House.
Arguments put forth by the Kerala Government
Key highlights of the Judgement on Immunity for Vandalism
Introduction to privileges and immunities enjoyed by legislators
Individual Rights of Members of the Parliament
Freedom of speech in parliament
Freedom from arrest
Freedom from appearing as a witness
Privileges enjoyed collectively as part of parliament
Right of Publication of its proceedings
Right to exclude strangers
Punishing for breach of its privileges
The right to regulate the internal affairs of the house
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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