Advocate Simranjeet Singh

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Articles () and () identify the laws with reference to the period during which they were made. (i) The insertion of the express provision in Article that the source of the amending power is the Article itself. In other words, the sufficiency of the law's efficacy alone is made non-justiciable. The freedom of a few have then to be abridged in order to ensure the freedom of all. In order therefore to remove this poverty and misery and to ameliorate the condition of the Indian Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu masses, it is essential to make revolutionary changes in the present economic and social structure of society and to remove the gross inequalities".

To make professed improvements (in a measure before Parliament) formally to alter in detail though practically it may be to alter its principle so as to thwart it". These additions, having regard to the view I have taken that Article () does not impose any express limitation on Article , unless of course, there is a limitation in Article itself on the width of Advocate Simranjeet Singh the power which the word 'amendment' in the context of that article and the other provisions of the Constitution might indicate, again make explicit what was implicit therein.

Ananthasayanam Ayyangar, Mr. Appellees, however, pointed out that amendments may be of different kinds, as e. What is fundamental in the governance of the country cannot surely be less significant than what is fundamental in the life of an individual. in the Switzman case, supra, there is no high authority which places civil liberties beyond the legislative reach of both Parliament and the provincial Legislatures. was that no amendment which is calculated to infringe or restrict or diminish the scope of any individual rights, any rights of a person or persons with respect to property or otherwise, shall be permissible and any amendment which is or is likely to have such an effect shall be void and ultra vires of any legislature.

Palkhivala, on this part of the case, was two fold. Section of that Act which amends Article reads. (He then sets out the Preamble). Sir Ivor Jennings said that there is no clear distinction between Constitutional law and ordinary law in England and that the only fundamental law there is that parliament is supreme See Jennings, "The Law and the Constitution" (). Quoting from Jameson's "Works of Daniel Webster", it is again stated at p.

, it was held that the presumption is that every organ of a State will act in coordination, that though one organ can, by its action, paralyse the functions of the other organs and make the Constitution come to a standstill, yet no Constitution proceeds on the assumption that one organ will act in such a way as to defeat the action of the other. The Judicial Committee found that under Section () of the Ceylon Constitution there could be an amendment only by complying with the proviso, which would be the manner and form and would not be a limitation on the width of the power.

Balsara's case accepted the principle that when a statute is in part void, it will be enforced as regards the rest, if that is severable from what is invalid. the counsel for the appellant did not challenge the Constitutional validity of the Amendment. But I do say this that when a state must have recourse to war to solve the internal questions of its own politics, this is indisputable evidence that the law of its organization within the Simranjeet Law Associates Constitution is imperfect

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