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Supreme Court: Preventive detention invalid if order is delayed

IndiaTimes Friday, 30 September 2022
Observing that preventive detention is a serious invasion of personal liberty and all safeguards allowed under law must be adhered to, the Supreme Court on Friday held that unreasonable delay between getting a proposal and passing an order for detention would make the order invalid.
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