A Person Can’t Be Detained Through A Faulty And Illegal Process!

Champion R Sangma vs The State of Meghalaya

Supreme Court

20/03/2018

WRIT PETITION (CRIMINAL) NO. 38 OF 2018

About/from the judgment:

A Person Can’t Be Detained Through A Faulty And Illegal Process!

 

The manner in which the respondent proceeded in this matter is clearly impermissible, violative of the rule of law and offends the petitioner’s right under Article 21 of the Constitution as he has been detained in custody by adopting totally faulty and illegal process...

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