Any person who is arrested1 has the right to be informed promptly in a language he understands of the reasons for arrest and the charge against him2. The purpose of this requirement is to enable the arrested person to challenge the arrest if necessary, although there is no stipulation as to the form that notification should take, and the reasons do not necessarily need to be explained in full and immediately on arrest
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