Sedition Case Only If Senior Officer Deems Fit: Centre To Supreme Court

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Sedition cases already filed should not be put on hold while the law is under review, the government told the Supreme Court today, recommending, for now, a change in the way such cases are filed. "The government proposes to the Supreme Court that a police officer of the level of Superintendent or above should decide, for now, on whether a sedition charge should be filed in future FIRs," the Centre's lawyer, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, told the Supreme Court.

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