Right to Freedom is one of the 6 fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution of India. Article 19 of the constitution provides freedom of speech which is the right to express one’s opinion freely without any fear through oral, written, electronic, broadcasting or print medium.
However, this freedom of expression should be exercised with utmost maturity and care. Cases on abuse of this freedom are plenty; often used to hurl allegations on one’s opponent with ulterior motives. Continue reading