Could a judicial order violate your Fundamental Rights?

The Supreme Court declared on 10 April 2002, in its five-judge decision in the Rupa Ashok Hurra case that “it is a settled position in law that no judicial order passed by any superior court in judicial proceedings can be said to violate any of the Fundamental Rights enshrined in Part III” of the Constitution.

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