Any prisoner, or another person acting on his or her behalf, may petition the court, or a judge, for a writ of habeas corpus. One reason for the writ to be sought by a person other than the prisoner is that the detainee might be held incommunicado.
To read more about the Right to Freedom (Articles 19 – 22), check the linked article.
|Right to Constitutional Remedies||Preventive Detention|
|Fundamental Rights – Articles 12-35||Schedules of Indian Constitution|
|Indian Polity Notes For UPSC Civil Service Exam||Daily Video Analysis: The Hindu|