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Report No. 43

7.115. Writing anti-national slogans.-

It was stated during our discussions with officers of one Ministry that anti-national slogans, and slogans extolling a country which has committed aggression against India, were frequently written or shouted. Such acts could not be punished at present, and the suggestion made was that this defect in the law should be removed. It appears to us, however, that this is a very minor act of disloyalty, and could even be regarded as a passing phase. We do not consider it necessary to include such offences in a permanent law on national security.

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