• January to March 2024 Article ID: NSS8519 Impact Factor:7.60 Cite Score:709 Download: 36 DOI: https://doi.org/71 View PDf

    Conflict between Hate Speech and Indian Laws

      Pawan Kumar Chaurasia
        Asst. Prof., Pt. Motilal Nehru Law College and Research Center, Chhatarpur (M.P.)
  • Abstract: Now –a –days hate speech between two rival persons having different religion, cast, creed etc, political parties, countries have become a fashion in the name of right to speech and expression. India is not untouched from this disease as India is a country where person of all religion is found. Therefore India is called the country of diversity. But in India this right is not absolute as it is given under Article 19 (1) (a) of Constitution and restriction can be imposed on the right on the ground mentioned in Article 19(2) of the Constitution. Apart from this some special Acts are also controlled the hate speech in the name of right to speech and fetters have been imposed on the right.