RIGHT TO ASSEMBLY.

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RIGHT TO ASSEMBLY. by Mind Map: RIGHT TO ASSEMBLY.

1. Under Article 19 (1) (b)

1.1. DEFINITION: Right to Assemble Peaceably and without Arms.

2. Not a right to strike.

2.1. Budget

2.1.1. Materials

2.1.2. Personnel

2.1.3. Services

2.1.4. Duration

2.2. Deadline

2.3. Requirements

3. Lawful assembly becomes unlawful when the object is........

3.1. 1. to resist the execution of any law or legal process.

3.2. 2. to commit any mischief or criminal trespass.

3.3. 3. obtaining possession of any property by force.

3.4. 4. to compel a person to do what he is not legally bound to do or omit which he is legally entitled to do.

3.5. 5. to overawe the Government by means of criminal force or show of criminal force or any public servant in the exercise of his lawful powers.

4. Under Article 19(3)

4.1. Reasonable Restrictions

4.1.1. 1. In interest of Public Order

4.1.2. 2. Sovereignity

4.1.3. 3. Integrity of India

5. Restrictions under Article 19(1)(b)

5.1. 1. The assembly must be peacable

5.1.1. Top Priorities

5.1.2. Medium Priorities

5.1.3. Low Priorities

5.2. 2. It must be Unarmed

5.3. 3. Reasonable Restrictions Imposed Under Article 19 (3)

5.3.1. Top Priorities

5.3.2. Medium Priorities

5.3.3. Low Priorities

6. Caselaw

6.1. Himmatlal v. Police Commisioner.