Farm Laws: Unconstitutional and Colourable Exercise by the Parliament

  • Sudhanshu Yadav
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  • Sudhanshu Yadav

    student at Manipal University, Jaipur, India

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It is a very general understanding that “anything is not perfect”, so applies to the Indian Constitution or any Constitution. But, the worst part is that the Central Government to use these loop holes in order to undertake colourable exercises to implement an unconstitutional(broadly) statute like that of the Farm Laws. From the Preamble, through the Fundamental Rights(the golden triangle), DPSPs to all the way violating the principles of Natural Justice these acts have caused the colossal ignorance of knowledge of law and what perverse sense of justice in the general public. From the economic viewpoint also they are discriminatory for the farmers and other affiliated parties. The dominance of Central Government over the State Government and encroachment of the agricultural domain which is broadly a State Subject. In the Research Paper given the very details and interpretation of various provisions of the Constitution and proper litmus test in order to evaluate the constitutionality as well as other related issues with the acts. The epilogue will be able to satisfy the readers that “the Constitution is a settled conspiracy”.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 4771 - 4788


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