After Ex Gratia Law Journal’s 1st Judgement Writing Competition 2020 here, I participated in this Judgement Writing Competition here with my partners Yashika Bhartia [idea of 46(3) Cr.P.C. and initial discussions] and Swathi Pudipeddi [Drafting, Research and multiple reviews of the Draft PIL Petition] and here is the problem statement.
Guildelines, PIL drafting competition
Here is the PIL I wrote. It is password-protected to prevent misuse like plagiarism. If you want to read it, contact me for password.
PIL Draft, Team Code _ T-60 for Sharing purpose
I couldn’t make my Team win any prizes this time around. The winners are declared on official social media handles here and here.
Getting ready for next competition here.
Shades of Knife
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