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Student Activists On Bail, Delhi HC Reminds Centre Of Excessive UAPA Use

The Delhi High Court, while granting bail to three student activists – Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita and Asif Tanha spelt out in clear words that the right to protest cannot be qualified as a terror act under the UAPA and in a strong precedent going forward, also pulled up the frivolous use of this draconian act by the police and the Union Government.
In this video, we will look at the comments made by the Delhi High Court, the significance of it, what exactly is the issue and the reasons behind the misuse of the UAPA act and what it means for other political prisoners going forward.
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