High Courts on R.S.S.
Sahitya Sindhu Prakashana, 2000 - India - 144 pages
This Revised And Enlarged Edition Presents 15 Judgements Relating To The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh - Including One By Supreme Court - The Sum And Substance Is That Mere Participation In Rss Activities Should Not Be A Bar To Employment In Government.
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THE HIGH COURT OF MADHYA
THE HIGH COURT OF RAJASTHAN
THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB
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according action Advocate allegations allowed annexure appellant application appointment Article association attended authority basis behalf beliefs candidate cause character charge circumstances clear Communist concerned conduct consideration considered Constitution of India contention dated decision denied direction dismissed effect employment engaged in subversive enquiry equality evidence expression fact filed follows freedom function further give given Government servant ground held High Court Hindu hold impugned order issued Judge Justice learned March material matter meaning Munsiff Nagpur national security nature notice object observed Officer opinion opportunity organisation participation particular passed permission person petition petitioner petitioner's political party present President promote proposed provisions punishment quashed question Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh reasonably reasonably suspected recorded referred regard removal reply representation respondent rule Shri Societies speech submitted subversive activities Supreme Court taken taking temporary termination unlawful writ