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Setting aside the penal defamation laws would lead to “anarchy” and no “orderly society” can have a situation where anybody can say anything against anybody, the Centre on Thursday told the Supreme Court, pitching for its retention in the statute book.
“Does the freedom of speech and expression necessarily mean that one can say anything about anybody? Can any orderly society have this kind of behavioural norms? If yes, then you will have nothing but anarchy,” Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the court.