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Constitution Of India Book By J.n. Pandey Pdf [BETTER]
Constitution Of India Book By J.n. Pandey Pdf
Constitution Of India-I (Part I of the Constitution of India) – The Indian constitution has 448 articles divided into 25 parts.
Constitution of India consists of 25 parts. Articles from 1 to 22 are enumerated under Part-I of the constitution. The remaining is appended to Constitution of India.
Accordingly, this is a historic moment when our Constitution is being ratified by parliaments across the country and it is for the first time that our beloved democratic Constitution can rightly be described as a living document. In fact, by living document we do not mean living as though we are living in a country which has not been operating even for a period of twenty years with a democratic Constitution. Rather we feel it is a living document which has been working till today and has been adapting to changes in our democratic polity. Whenever a change is decided in the framework of our institutions, it is naturally necessary to re-interpret our Constitution in line with the changing situation so that it may carry out its functions. Only a living document has the capacity to withstand the test of time.
Likewise, a living document also includes the written one. Therefore, we view today as a day of celebration and the spirit of the Constitution, with its promise to bring about a just and righteous social order, is a living document. Our Constitution has touched every sphere of human life to a great extent. Today, society is not organized only on the basis of religion. The country has grown into an organized nation. The right to equality has been achieved. But today even in the field of education, even in the field of employment and in the field of health, we are witnessing many things which are backward. These things have to be remedied in the context of Article 15 of the Constitution. Let us, therefore, view the formulation of the Constitution of India in the spirit of the Constitution which has been framed with the object of ensuring the welfare of the citizen in all walks of life.
and not to its own citizen. Hence the Court cannot extend the proportionate share of powers constitutionally delegated to the Centre and the State to the citizen. There are two reasons for this. The first is based on the belief that the state is not only the vehicle through which the citizen is afforded his right to life but it is the state which forms an essential and integral part of the citizen. It may happen that the state can take this right away from the citizen. Secondly, the citizen is entitled to a life of dignity and respect and the state cannot be compared in dignity and respect with the individual. The state has duties of protection which it owes to all its citizens.
The author has divided the book into twelve chapters dealing with the origin and evolution of the Constitution. The other six chapters deal with the right of every individual to equal justice and due process of law, democracy and federal structure.
prerequisite is the provision of what the definition of fundamental rights is? To understand the issue, one has to understand the process of democratic consolidation in India. The direction of change of our federal polity is towards federation. The federal polity once established, there is no going back to the previous pattern of federal polity. The Constitution of India is a document which spells out the fact that India is neither a federation nor a confederation, it is a federation. The new federal polity is complemented by the fundamental rights which are inalienable and enjoy protection on the ground of a positive obligation of the State under Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution.