December 28, 2010ConstitutionliberalismPublic Policyreader responserule of law

Laws that don’t befit the Indian republic

Which outdated laws should we get rid of, and why?

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

The recent surge of opinions on whether India—a liberal, democratic republic—ought to retain the colonial-era crime of sedition on its rule books is a good opportunity to discuss the general topic.

Which of those laws, or crimes under the Indian Penal Code, according to you, must be repealed? Why?

(Note: Be brief—that’s the best guarantee that people will read you. Restrict your comment to 150 words or less, per law.)



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