Which article of Indian constitution relates to the contempt of court?

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Q. Which article of Indian constitution relates to the contempt of court? (June 2023 UGC NET)

1. Article 14

2. Article 32

3. Article 25

4. Article 19

Correct Ans: (4)

Explanation: Article 19 of the Indian Constitution deals with the right to freedom of speech and expression. However, this right is not absolute, and there are certain restrictions, one of which relates to contempt of court. Contempt of court refers to any action that undermines or disrespects the authority or dignity of the court. While individuals have the right to express their opinions freely, they cannot do so in a manner that interferes with the administration of justice or undermines public confidence in the judiciary. Therefore, Article 19 provides the constitutional basis for regulating contempt of court in India.

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