Civics

The constitution allows preventive detention but stipulates _______________________.


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that no one should be detained beyond three months unless an Advisory Board authorises detention beyond that period.


SOLUTION
Article 22 of the Constitution of India provides for the Protection Against arrest and detention. It says that persons who are detained under preventive detention law cannot be detained more than three months unless an Advisory Board reports that sufficient and reasonable causes exist for extending the detention. This right is available to citizens as well as aliens (non-citizens).
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