Why I don’t call the Aditi Restaurant bill “Free Speech”

I am one of the vocal advocates of individual rights. I value free speech. And every so often, I find attempts for many things (usually political) trying to pass as free speech. The Aditi Restaurant bill is one of those. To make a long story short, a restaurant in Mumbai had this bill, which infuriated the Congress, and youth Congress workers mobbed the place and either forced it to close down or cops closed it down.

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Vidyut is a blogger on socio-political issues of National interest. Staunch advocate of rights, learning and freedoms.

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