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Right to freedom of speech and expression does not confer right in absolute form to tarnish someone’s image and reputation which he/she owns in the society.

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“When even prisoners have fundamental rights and it has been declared by the Supreme Court that Part III of the Constitution does not stop at the prison gates, it would be ridiculous to suggest that the moment a person becomes a bank employee, he has to bid good-bye to Article 19(1)(a).”

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