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Governments not always right, wrong to term people with dissent view as anti-national: SC judge Deepak Gupta

IndiaTimes Monday, 24 February 2020
Delivering a lecture on ‘Democracy and Dissent’ organised by Supreme Court Bar Association, Justice Deepak Gupta said majoritarianism is anti-thesis to democracy and criticizing the government does not mean one is ‘anti-national’ or is against the country.
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