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Right to Protest in India: Is it a Fundamental Right?

swati11 on Education - Right to protest, a fundamental right granted by Indian Constitution (article 19) to question the government.
We are observing a number of extraordinary public protests in India. Do these hinder the democracy of India? Thousands of people assemble on the streets for protests so as to give a voice to their demands or to raise their voice against injustice. These public protests are the hallmark of a democratic country as it allows the voices of general public to be heard by those in power.

Protests in India has a long and eminent history. Until 72 years ago, India was a colony ruled by Britishers.
In post-independence era, its people became free citizens because of a long series of protests done by our freedom fighters.

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