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Apr 04 2000 (HC)

Ashokkumar Harakchand Shah Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-04-2000

Reported in : (2000)2GLR761

..... this appeal was also rejected on the same ground of s.13(3) that the petitioner was not a citizen of india and that a person who does not hold the citizenship of india cannot hold arms licence. the petitioner then challenged the aforesaid order by way of filing special civil application no.1889/98 ..... and so is the position with regard to right of protection against arrest and detention in certain cases under article 22. thus the founding fathers of the constitution have also kept in view the distinction between 'person' and 'citizen' and while certain fundamental rights have been made available to all the persons, certain ..... para 20 of this judgment, which is reproduced as under:-'20. in my opinion the right to bear arms is embedded in article 21 of the constitution, and hence it is a fundamental right. no doubt this right, like all fundamental rights, is subject to reasonable restrictions, but the reasonability of the ..... respectfully do not agree with the view taken by the allahabad high court that the right to bear arms is embedded in article 21 of the constitution and hence it is a fundamental right. article 21 is with regard to the protection of life and personal liberty and according to this article, ..... available and restricted only to the citizens and not the persons other than citizens. 'arms act' itself is a law and article 14 of the constitution affords equality before law and equal protection of laws not only to citizens but to all persons.16. at this stage, i may also deal with .....

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May 05 2000 (HC)

Mujiba Maganjibhai Waghela Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : May-05-2000

Reported in : (2000)4GLR419

..... unable to resist the temptation of mentioning that the petitioners deserve sympathetic consideration, not only on the ground of avowed policy of the government, articulated and professed in the constitution, as stated hereinbefore, but also keeping in mind the following special facts and peculiar circumstances emerging from the record of the present cases.(1) the petitioners are widows ..... pension scheme is also a benevolent and benign scheme to give effect to important principles laid down in the directive principles of state policy in chapter iv of the constitution by its founding fathers.18. it is heartening to note that from the affidavit in reply filed in different petitions and manifested by several government resolutions and circulars, ..... and design of the directive principles of state policy incorporated in chapter iv of the constitution, indubitably, demand and command that a class of people, which is not only weaker and vulnerable, but also crossing the normal mortality age in so far as the senior citizenship is concerned, apart from their unfortunate widowhood, deserves sympatetic consideration.19. in the ..... light of the aforesaid facts and circumstances which are peculiar in nature and special in character, while viewed in the light of the statutory and constitutional set up, and the social welfare doctrine policy of .....

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