Parliamentary Privileges not defined for the last 50 years, may not be identified in near future: Justice U U LalitDecember 1 2019
Justice Uday Umesh Lalit of the Supreme Court of India recently had occasion to offer elaborate perspectives on parliamentary privileges, saying that they have not been defined in last 50 years and may not be identified in near future.
Speaking at a lecture held at the Central Court in the Bombay High Court campus on the theme 'Parliamentary Privileges and a Citizen’, Justice Lalit began his speech by remembering Mahatma Gandhi, architect of the Indian Constitution Dr. BR Ambedkar and Lokmanya Tilak, who was tried by the . . .
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