PM committed to ‘shedding colonial baggage’: Centre’s U-turn in SC over sedition law
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A day before the Supreme Court considers whether it needs to re-examine the constitutional validity of the sedition law, the Centre told the court on Monday that the provisions of the law (Section 124A) will be re-examined and reconsidered.

This comes after PM Modi issued instructions to re-evaluate the necessity of the colonial law in present times.

On Monday, the government also asked the court not to consider the petitions challenging the colonial law and to wait for the reconsideration exercise to be conducted by the Centre.

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