Right to Protest

Anisha Ray
KIIT School of Law, India

Volume III – Issue II, 2021

First of all the question arises “Is protesting a fundamental right?”

A person, a group or a whole community protests mostly to show their disagreement or objection against some policy, action, etc. of government or state or any organisation, that’s a protest. A protest’s flow is mostly operated via waves in political arena that also exhibit the people’s collective organisation, for pressurizing the state or government to deal with the issues they have and take necessary actions..


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