India – 2. Orders Against Coercive Vaccines

Source: Scientific Evidence of the Plandemic by Awaken India Movement

  1. Gauhati High Court Judgement dt. 02.07.2021 – Even a vaccinated infected COVID person can be a super spreader. The restriction placed only upon the un-vaccinated persons, debarring them from earning their livelihood or leaving their houses to obtain essential items is unjustified, grossly unreasonable and arbitrary. Read More…

  2. High Court of Manipur judgement dt. 13.07.2021 – State cannot seek to impose conditions upon the citizens so as to compel them to get vaccinated, be it by holding out a threat or by putting them at a disadvantage for failing to get vaccinated. Read More …

  3. High Court of Gauhati, Itanagar Bench dt. 19.07.2021 – In so far as the spread of Covid-19 Virus to others is concerned, the Covid-19 vaccinated and unvaccinated person or persons are the same. The High Court went on to hold that the action of the State was in violation of right to freely move anywhere as provided under Article 19 and the state action was not reasonable one as required by Article 19. Read More …

  4. High Court of Meghalaya dt. 23.06.2021 – Coercive element of vaccination has, since the early phases of the initiation of vaccination as a preventive measure against several diseases, have been time and again not only discouraged but also consistently ruled against by the Courts for over more than a century. Read More …

  5. High Court of Karnataka Judgement dt. 29.09.2021 The Government cannot compel a patient to take only Allopathic drugs. Read More …

  6. High Court of Andhra Pradesh, Amravati dt. 31.05.2021 – Hon’ble Andhra Pradesh High Court approved the use of Anandaiah’s Ayurvedic herbal medicines for cure of COVID-19 in the case between Ponnekanti Mallikarjuna Rao Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh 2021 SCC OnLine AP 1463, where it is ruled as under. Read More …

“Vaccines” are not mandatory as per the Supreme Court of India as covered by prominent “news” websites.


*वैक्सीन अनिवार्य नहीं है इस बात पर सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने दिया हलफ़नामा, जिस दिन यह खबर आई तो देश के सब प्रमुख वेबसाईट जैसे के आजतक , अमर उजाला ने भी इस खबर को बताया / नीचे दिए गए लिंक पर जा सकते हैं*

Aaj Tak/ *आज तक*:

One of the most extensive websites by Lawyers/ *वकीलों की सबसे बड़ी वेबसाईट लाइव ला*:

BBC-Punjabi/ *बीबीसी पंजाबी लिंक*:

Amar Ujala/ *अमर उजाला*:

Navbharat Times/ *नवभारत टाइम्स*:

Jansatta/ *जनसत्ता*:

Zee News Hindi/ *जी न्यूज़ हिन्दी*:

NDTV/ *एनडीटीवी*:

Economic Times/ *इकनॉमिक टाइम्स*:

Indian Express/ *इंडियन एक्स्प्रेस*:

Prabhat News/ *प्रभात खबर*:

Shown on TV as well/ *टीवी पर भी दिखाया*:

Various News papers have printed/ *विभिन्न अखबारों ने भी छापा, दिनांक: 17th January 2022, 18th January 2022/ 17 जनवरी 2022, 18 जनवरी 2022*

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