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There is a distinction between “Law and Order” and “Public Order”, i.e., offences that target specific individuals fall under the category of “Law and Order” and it is only when the criminal activities of an individual adversely affect the public at large that their conduct is deemed to disturb “Public Order”.

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Respondent 2’s act is contrary to the procedure laid down under the Passports Act, 1967 and the principle laid down by the Supreme Court in Vangala Kasturi Rangacharyulu v. CBI, 2021 SCC OnLine SC 3549.

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Supreme Court warned against forum shopping and clarified that accused cannot travel to any other State, solely for filing bail pleas without clear reasons.

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Delhi High Court: Subramonium Prasad, J., remarked that, “…achievement of universal equality before the law requires the tenets of personal liberty to