Right to Freedom Article 22. The right to liberty is a fundamental right granted to every person in the country. The Constitution of India contains Sections 19, 20, 21A, and 22 of the Laws of Rights guaranteed by political scholars. It is a set of four main laws. This fundamental right protects people from the injustice done by the state. Let us see a short summary of ARTICLE 22.
Section 22 | ARTICLE 22: Protection Against Arrest And Detention.
No person arrested will be detained without notice. The reasons should be communicated to that person as soon as possible. The detainee must be produced before a magistrate within the next 24 hours of arrest.
Similarly, if a person is arrested for a crime, he can be detained without any trial so that no crime can be committed by him in the future.