A High Court Judge has ruled that two sections of the Sedition Act go against the Constitution because they infringe on the rights of freedom of thought or expression.

It is being claimed as a victory by the legal team of the Satnaryan Maharaj who died late last year.

So will the State appeal?

Our Political Editor Juhel Browne sought the answer from the Attorney General after the ruling.

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