Mere Presence in a Public Meeting Will Not Make Liable For Hate Speech Delivered by a Participant: Delhi HC

In a significant ruling, the Delhi High Court has asserted that an individual organizing a public meeting cannot be held accountable for any hate speech delivered by one of the participants, over which the organizer had no control or responsibility.  The judgment, delivered by Justice Swarana Kanta Sharma, sets a precedent safeguarding the principle of

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